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Abused by Own Embassy Officials, Filipino Human Trafficking Survivors in Syria Seek Justice

Michael Beltran

Filipino human trafficking victims have filed a complaint against former Philippine envoy to Syria for abuse and neglect. Some say the embassy sold them back to their abusive employers after they escaped.


How Sex Trafficking Survivors in India Find New Meaning in Life

Safina Nabi

Human trafficking is the second largest organized crime in India after drug trafficking. It’s particularly prevalent in the eastern regions of the country, which face extreme weather events like cyclones and floods.


Taiwan Has Implemented Stricter Visa Rules for Vietnamese Tourists


Taiwan re-opened its Kuan Hung visa program for Vietnamese nationals this week, but the rules have been tightened following a high-profile case of missing Vietnamese tourists.


OPINION: Taiwan Must Address Abuse, Illegal Fishing Aboard Its Vessels

Max Schmid

Failure to tackle illegal fishing and human rights abuse in the Taiwanese fleet harms the country’s reputation and jeopardizes millions of dollars in seafood trade.

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.


Myanmar Refugees Face Resettlement Funding Crisis

Maximillian Mørch

Ethnic minority populations are not as excited about repatriation to Myanmar as their foreign aid donors.


Indonesia's House of Grace Gives a New Lease on Life to Young Women

Camely Arta

House of Grace cooperates with another non-profit Bandungwangi, which has been reaching out to vulnerable girls and traffic and sexual violence.

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