This handbook, in Indonesian with a preface in English, provides the theological arguments for the rights of migrant workers as workers, as women, as citizens and as Muslims, affirming that Islam obliges the government, civil society, placement agents and the community to promote social justice for migrant workers in all aspects. This handbook aims to assist Indonesian women migrant workers in asserting their rights.
A Handbook for Migrant Workers in Malaysia and Singapore, WEMC, Southeast Asia Research Centre (SEARC), Hong Kong, China, 51 pp.
Mari Kenali Hak-Hak Buruh Migran Indonesia: Perspectif Islam dan Perempuan. (English translation: Knowing the rights of Indonesian migrant workers from the perspectives of Islam and women). Series 2. Malaysia and Singapore