So, last week I finally met Marc Ching from Animal Hope and Wellness Foundation – the foundation he established nearly five years ago in the US – that “specialises in rescuing and rehabilitating severely abused animals, then work to find them amazing homes.”
The Garment Manufacturers Association in Cambodia says women working in the garment and textile sector were heroines.
The Philippines expands a ban on its citizens working in Kuwait over abuse reports.
The government launches a new national ageing policy and announced the creation of a foundation for the elderly.
Almost 1,000 Cambodian workers were repatriated from overseas last year, marking a significant increase on 2016, according to a Foreign Ministry report released on Wednesday.
The Collective Union of Workers sends a letter to Labour Ministry over abusive conditions for staffers at a casino in Poipet town.
Police arrest a man who allegedly hacked his stepfather with a machete because he was beating his mother.
At the age of 16, Ro Tos left the country in hope of working to support her family, but spent 12 years enslaved in Saudi Arabia without pay.
From nannies to cleaners, Asia-Pacific has one of the largest shares of the world’s 67 million domestic workers.
Gulabi Kumawat was an elderly widow living in a modest home in India’s Rajasthan state, until the day she was branded a witch by fellow villagers.
A military officer is under arrest for beating his wife and stepdaughter.
More than three-quarters of children and young adults migrating to Europe are abused.
Cecilia, 20, sits on a rooftop and gazes wistfully around – perhaps remembering her childhood spent in a cramped zoo, or her two friends who died there.
India’s rising affluence and growing numbers of working women have spurred demand for such workers and campaigners say there are likely to be millions more working in the unregulated sector.