Tag: Aegile Fernandez
Tenaganita speaks of girls sold overseas as sex workers and other victims sent to western countries as underpaid farm workers.
The government is urged to give details of how the probe will be conducted given the likelihood of a lack of witnesses.
Activists says under current practice, even newborn babies are sent to detention camps.
Malaysia semakin menjadi destinasi lelaki yang mahukan seks bawah umur, tetapi rakyat umum kurang peka.
Tenaganita says many workers are duped by traffickers into coming to Malaysia, where they were not given legal work documents.
NGO feels although victim had withdrawn her complaint, onus is on cops to act on those who are violent.
If Malaysians have any sense of remorse in their hearts, they will be out in the streets telling employers and the government, enough is enough.
Tenaganita executive director says government must ensure comprehensive policy development with bilateral agreements instead of MoUs.
Better to improve the system than to punish, says the rights group.
They say the Sarawak state government should reject the proposal, as it is against human rights.
Human rights NGO says as long as there's no protection mechanism, domestic helpers will run away.
The Klang MP said the nexus between enforcement authorities and human traffickers has to be broken off as the essential first step to end human trafficking.
The Klang MP says it makes better sense to hire foreigners who are already in the country.
The involvement of two women from Southeast Asian nations in the murder of Kim Jong Nam has been been followed by a clamp down by police on similar migrant workers.
Tenaganita co-director Aegile Fernandez says undocumented migrant workers already have the skills, language and knowledge of the country.
Aegile Fernandez pertikai kewujudan sistem sokongan Persatuan Mencegah Dadah Malaysia untuk remaja dan pelajar, yang sedang diumpan 'gula-gula' dari jelitawan sindiket dadah.
While skeptics are doubtful that illegal organ trafficking exist in Malaysia, reports tell otherwise.
There have been accusations that some NGOs work with politicians and by doing so they become politicised and are influenced by them.