Posted by: BPSOS | October 8, 2008

Key Briefs & Reports: CAMSA Marks Progress in Anti-Human Trafficking, Labor Rights Struggles

October 8, 2008: Within eight months of launching operations in Malaysia, the Coalition to Abolish Modern-Day Slavery in Asia (CAMSA) has already intervened successfully in over 20 cases involving 3,000 workers.

As a founding member of CAMSA, BPSOS extends its gratitude and solidarity to our fellow coalition members – the German International Society for Human Rights, the US Committee to Protect Vietnamese Workers, and the Vietnamese Canadian Federation – and our local partners and allied nonprofits. All of what we have accomplished, we have accomplished working together!

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