I don’t want to remember my story. It is too painful
Srey Leap’s travel to China was facilitated through a local broker who lived in the same village as her. At the time, Srey Leap was very young and still studying at high school. The broker went to Srey Leap’s house and spoke to her mother.
Ending Modern Day Slavery
For an estimated 4 million Burmese migrants in Thailand with few job opportunities, the promise to work on a fishing boat — as a dockworker or in seafood processing facilities — is often too good to pass up. But this industry has some of the worst labor trafficking in the world.
US Court Rules Against Firms Accused of ‘Slave-Like’ Treatment of Cambodian Workers
WASHINGTON — A US federal court on Wednesday ruled that a complaint filed by several Cambodians against two American seafood companies was... Read More
Brides to China in want of new aisle
Cambodia and China need to create marriage migration pathways to quell the numbers of impoverished Khmer women who seek work abroad but... Read More
Thai Seafood Company Slave Case Heats Up
A US judge has asked lawyers for two US-based seafood companies to appear in court on September 19 for a scheduling hearing... Read More
Cambodian workers released from detention in Thailand
Nearly 30 Cambodians detained in Thailand since early July were released last week, though four remain in detention, an official at the... Read More
Malaysian Government Denies Abuse Claims
Malaysia’s Immigration Department said this week that allegations of severe physical abuse of women at a government-run detention center were false, while... Read More
Slave Labor Victim Speaks Out
Dy The Hoya, a program officer at labor rights group Central who worked on the case, said a total of seven victims,... Read More