so that they can seek rightful compensation, even after returning home.
We are a regional non-profit organisation that support victims of labour exploitation and human trafficking in seeking compensation against their abusers, even after they return home. In Asia, we work across Hong Kong, Singapore, Indonesia and the Philippines to grow the capacity for access to justice. We then drive groundbreaking civil litigation that turns the extraordinary of cross-border compensation claims into the ordinary.
We serve migrant workers who have faced labour exploitation and human trafficking. As a regional organisation, we work with frontline aid organisations, caseworkers, government agencies, law firms, lawyers, law students, legal aid associations, and university clinical legal education programmes. We are immensely thankful for the support of our funders who ensure that we can continue this work.
We are developing working partnerships among law firms, caseworkers, community organisations, government agencies and migrant workers across Hong Kong, Singapore, Indonesia and the Philippines.
Many legal problems that migrant workers face in Hong Kong and Singapore are new questions in the law. Our legal research and practical guides help to address these novel challenges, even before cases get to court.
As practitioners know, the law on paper and the law in practice are very different things. Our hands-on approach to cases leads to good practices that our law firm and NGO partners can leverage to help literally thousands of migrant workers.