Iyad El-Baghdadi: ‘We are in a time of counter-revolution’
"Unlike the enigmatic issue of human trafficking, proven approaches for addressing wage theft against migrant workers already exist. Fundamentally, they involve increasing the power of migrant workers within their employment relationships so that they are less dependent and can assert their rights to equitable wages and working conditions."
Malaysia will do anything to avoid this.
Their Only Child Gone, ‘Shidu’ Parents Shun China’s Kid-Centric Society
Update: she was sentenced to four years and has been on hunger strike since June 2020
Ex-cop stands up for LGBT rights in a landmark case AND gets an honest job as a barber
China’s ‘Self-Comb Women’ Never Smashed the Patriarchy. So What?
The term 'expat' is off-putting AND there's a reference to Malaysia's warm welcome of elderly immigrants lollllll
but I guess I was interested anyway in the question of how do you work out - as a long-term resident - that it's time to leave a place? Would like to see more discussions about this kind of thing with more attention given to intersecting privileges and oppressions.
Really interesting article
It's Armidale, where I briefly lived in 2011!