Labor Rights and Migration

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Rights Corridor aims to provide contemporary analysis on the ongoing debate on labor rights and migration in the Asia-Middle East and Africa-Middle East migration corridors. This online platform examines the political, economic, social, and cultural determinants of labor rights, as well as their policy consequences on labor migrants, sending/receiving states, non-state actors, and international organizations across the region and beyond. Through publications and social media engagement, critical focus on unethical/illegal migrant recruitment, labor exploitation, human trafficking, information orientation programs (pre-departure and post-arrival programs), and access to justice, will be explored. These particular objectives do not only provide up-to-date, authoritative, evidence-based analysis and recommendations not only regularly but also contribute to ongoing policy debates on labor rights and migration issues affecting migrants across Asia-Middle East and Africa-Middle East migration corridors.