• Mar 25, 2023
Cambodia's reforestation attempts might fail, and delivery app drivers across the region call for higher wages. Meanwhile, Singapore's education system implements new reforms
• Mar 18, 2023
Citizens are calling for their rights as national elections approach in Thailand and Indonesia. Cambodia unpacks ancient artefacts as they return after decades abroad. An investigation revealed the involvement of U.K. forces in the Papua-Indonesia conflict.
• Dec 20, 2022
Nine years on from Singapore’s worst case of public violence in decades, the city-state’s migrant workers still face exploitation at the hands of profiteering employers and precarious job security
Under draconian labour laws, domestic workers often don’t receive rest days, maternity protection, or other benefits. But community based activists are cutting out their own path for improved labour rights.
• Nov 28, 2022
A new law promises reprieve for Singapore's migrant domestic workers and highlights the longstanding issues of abuse, overwork and the need for greater governance over labour rights
Ee Ming Toh
• Nov 15, 2022