Cambodia’s Labor Migration: Analysis of the Legal Framework

By The Asia Foundation & USAID

A look at the legal framework for labor migration of Cambodian women to Malaysia (for domestic work) and Cambodian men to Thailand (to work in agribusiness); and an analysis of the rules that govern regular migration while identifying legislation that can be employed to protect those who become victims during irregular migration and that can be used against those who perpetrate and profit from it.

Posted April 1, 2011
Related locations: Cambodia
Related programs: Empower Women, Strengthen Governance

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