Indonesia: Exploitation and abuse: the plight of women domestic workers
This report focuses on women and girl domestic workers who work for private employers throughout Indonesia. The report outlines the human rights abuses they face and makes recommendations to the Indonesian government to ensure that this situation does not continue. In particular, it calls on the Indonesian government to condemn violations and take measures to address the abuse of domestic workers' human rights, ensure fair conditions of work for all workers, and operate a "zero tolerance" policy on violence against women. There is a separate summary at ASA 21/003/2007.
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