Something exciting is in the works coming from ASASI to you! Watch this space~
As most are aware, there are a myriad of issues involving migrant workers and COVID-19. This has significantly impacted the way in which Malaysia has dealt with the pandemic as a whole. Here are some of the issues that show the problem at hand.
If you haven’t, make sure to sign up for our webinar that’s happening today at 9PM MYT as we engage with key speakers on this issue at https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_VjYNl1HzTcSZ8WsqOq-S3A.
ASASI is proud and delighted to introduce one of the guest speakers for the Migrant Workers portion of our Access to Justice campaign, Ms Sumitha Shaanthinnni Kishna, Director of Our Journey and Sole Proprietor of Chambers of Sumitha!
Join us on 5 February, Friday at 9PM MYT as we engage in a fruitful and riveting discussion regarding access to justice for migrant workers in Malaysia! If you haven’t, make sure you sign up at https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_VjYNl1HzTcSZ8WsqOq-S3A . See you there!
Living in a pandemic, what most fail often forget and fail to realise is that when one group is adversely affected, it affects us all as a whole.
Here are some statistics that show the ramifications upon inhumane treatment of migrant workers in Malaysia.
Make sure to sign up for our webinar with key speakers on 5 February here:https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_VjYNl1HzTcSZ8WsqOq-S3A