Human Rights for Indonesian Migrant Workers in Saudi Arabia

 




Indonesian Migrant Workers as well-known by the name 'Pahlawan Devisa' often forgotten by their rights to have a safe and stable life in the placement countries or workplaces itself. Saudi Arabia becomes one of the largest host countries among Indonesian Migrant Workers. However, the sort of cases of human rights violations often portrayed and also become an urgent issue that needs to be addressed by the two countries involved. Thus, Indonesian women who also the majority of Indonesian migrant workers and victims will not become more marginalized. The pandemic situation might be the uncaptured moment to get to know-how are the Indonesian migrant workers and especially the human rights-related problems. Furthermore, raising awareness among Indonesian youth about the issue of human rights among Indonesian migrant workers is likewise important to bring up.



๐Ÿ“Join the International Politics Forum webinar entitle "Human Rights for Indonesian Migrants Workers in Saudi Arabia" on Saturday, 10th April at 2 pm (GMT+7) via Zoom.


We are pleased to welcome the honorable speakers;


1. H.E. Gatot Abdullah Mansyur.

Indonesia Ambassador to Saudi Arabia, 2010-2013


2. Eny Rofiatul N.

International Organization for Migration (IOM) Indonesia 


3. Benny Rhamdani

Head of the Indonesian Migrant Workers Protection Agency (BP2MI)


Moderator:


Siti Aisyah

Communication Officer - International Politics Forum 


Link to registration ๐Ÿ‘‡๐Ÿป


bit.ly/HumanRights-SaudiArabia

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