PILAR (United Indonesians Against Overcharging) achieves the cancellation of unjust government policy.
This success story tells how PILAR (United Indonesians Against Overcharging), which was facilitated by the Center for Environment Gender and Development (ENGENDER-HK), a research partner of the Women's Empowerment in Muslim Contexts Research Programme Consortium (WEMC-RPC) became the principal instrument in the reversal of the key government policy SE2258 which was issued on 7 December 2008 by the Indonesian Consulate in Hong Kong. SE2258 would have resulted in the limitation of Indonesian women migrant worker's mobility and rights to change their employment agencies.
See also the output for the film Bergerak! A story of Indonesian migrant workers in Hong Kong.