migrant labor


Migrant Workers Accuse HTC of Document Forgery, Labor Violations

James X. Morris

More than 20 migrant laborers came together to protest what they claim is a cycle of falsified documents and exploitation at HTC's factories.


Taiwan Protests Ignite Calls for Centralized Labor, Fire Safety Regulations

Nick Aspinwall

In the aftermath of Saturday’s Chin Poon fire, workers’ rights and firefighter’s groups are demanding a streamlined approach to safety at industrial sites – and are calling on Taiwan’s Ministry of Labor to step up.


Lost at Sea? Taiwanese Fishery Regulation Faces Continued Scrutiny

Nick Aspinwall

As Taiwan’s fishing industry awaits a critical EU decision, nonprofits and NGOs call for assistance for migrant workers and improvements in deep sea regulation.


New Technologies are Changing the Story of Migrant Labor

Johan Lindquist

Mobile phones and budget airlines have transformed the way migrant brokerages operate, but the world lacks an understanding of how the migration process itself takes shape.

Peter Nguyen Van Hung

INTERVIEW: Peter Nguyen Van Hung on Migrant Brides and Workers’ Rights

Morley J Weston

Laws surrounding migrant workers have changed, but there is still much to be done before Taiwan's migrant laborers can live with dignity.


The Migrant's Hometown


A Taiwanese and an Indonesian family reconnect in the Javanese countryside.


ASEAN Must Reform Remittances to Protect Migrant Workers

Nicholas Leong

Goals to lower money transfer fees have not yet succeeded.

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