Indonesia: New Reform on Immigration for domestic workers.

Indonesia has blacklisted 21 countries, banning future migration for domestic working purposes.

Time has shown us that migration which is motivated by the seeking of better life opportunities, will happen regardless of its legality; when human movability is done under the legal radar it can bring upon more serious issues, that of the nature that comes along with the black market.

Indonesia’s reform, seems as a legitimate preventive measure; nonetheless, it is important to bring attention, followed by actions, that migration under illegal mediums will happen regardless, resulting in a format with less visibility for agencies of governmental or non-governmental nature to respond to situations of human rights violations.

For more information on Indonesia’s new law, continue reading the following article by ALJAZEERA America.

Indonesia to Blacklist 21 Countries | Al Jazeera America.

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