Since 2018, with the first change of the federal government after 60 years of independence, Malaysia has seen notable policy shifts in labour policy. These include amendments of employment and social protection regulations, as well as the strengthening of national action plans in addressing trafficking in persons and forced labour. All of which aimed to further strengthen workers’ protection and access to justice and remedies. Despite these efforts, forced labour and trafficking in persons continue to emerge.

Migrant Workers Policy and Vulnerability to Labour Trafficking in Malaysia: Lessons and Gaps from Existing Literature - Winrock International, 2023 DOWNLOAD

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