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The Burden of the Guardian Letter

Monday, January 3, 2022

The Indonesian Consulate-General to Hong Kong requires a written permission from a legal guardian for migrant workers planning to extend their work contract. It sparks protests from the workers.

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Announcement from the Indonesian Consulate General for Hong Kong on Facebook. TEMPO/ Gunawan Wicaksono . tempo : 172142764760.

A VIRTUAL meeting between representatives of migrant workers in Hong Kong, Taiwan and South Korea with the officials from the Indonesian Migrant Worker Protection Agency (BP2M1) on Tuesday, December 21 turned heated. The workers asked the BP2MI to repeal the requirement of legal guardian’s permission for a contract extension but the officials were adamant: the regulation would remain in effect. “Meeting participants were furious and t


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