Closing the inequality gap in migration

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The theme of this year’s World Social Justice Day is “Closing the Inequalities Gap to Achieve Social Justice”. In line with that, BFM looks at a group that experiences some of the worst inequalities and who are marginalised almost wherever they go: migrant workers.

Adrian Pereira, executive director of the North South Initiave, and Charles Santiago, MP for Klang join BFM for this discussion about legislative protection, security fears and what more needs to be done.

Produced by Lyn Mak

Presented by Lyn Mak

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nair
nair
15 Mar 2020 4.06am

Why Talk about Inequality & Human Rights of Migrant Workers?????
Inequality among races in Malaysia should be a better title to talk.
Is Malaysia for all Malaysians OR Malaysia is not for all Malaysians.

Politicians of today are not for Rakyat but for Greed & Power.
Thats why you have Backdoor, Front Door, Under & Top of Table Scam Government ruling & abusing the voters rights for the last 60 years……..