Human Rights

Malaysia is fighting slavery in ground-breaking fashion

The founding team of Pinkcollar, which billed itself as Malaysia's first ethical recruitment agency aimed at tackling debt bondage among migrant domestic workers, pose for a photo at its office in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia October 3, 2019. Image: THOMSON REUTERS FOUNDATION/Beh Lih Yi

Beh Lih Yi

Correspondent, Thomas Reuters Foundation

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