Indonesia: Open Letter to the Chair of Parliamentary Commission IX on Protection of Domestic Workers
This open letter, and enclosed petition, expresses concern that domestic workers in Indonesia are not recognized as workers and do not enjoy all the rights provided for workers in Indonesian and international law. The signatories join Amnesty International and Jala-PRT (National Network for Domestic Workers Advocacy) in calling on the government to develop measures to protect domestic workers from gender-based discrimination, physical, psychological and sexual violence, and other human rights abuses.
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