Doing the right thing to end human trafficking


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MALAYSIA’S decision to formally act against forced labour and human trafficking will have a huge impact on its international standing as these issues have been a blot on the country’s image.

By ratifying the International Labour Organisation’s Protocol 29, we will commit ourselves to acting against the mistreatment of all workers, especially migrant workers.

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