William Gois, Regional Coordinator of Migrant Forum in Asia (MFA), speaks to Neill Wilkins of the Institute for Human Rights and Business (IHRB) in “Voices” a podcast series by IHRB seeking to elevate the range of perspectives on the role of business in the world, and in peoples' everyday lives. In this interview, William Gois speaks about the need for an urgent justice mechanism for migrant workers – a call to action for governments, UN agencies, and business to come together to address the plight of millions of migrant workers experiencing wage theft and repatriation as a result of pandemic-related job loss.
MFA, CIMS, and IIMAD: National Launch of Reports on Wage Theft Among Migrants in India
Policy Brief No. 4/August 2021, "Addressing systemic challenges of wage theft: Bangladeshi COVID returnees from the Gulf"
Policy Brief No. 3/August 2021, "Empty-handed and Demoralized: New Evidences of wage theft among Indian return migrants during COVID-19"
National Consultation “Wage Theft of Indonesian Migrant Workers During the COVID-19 Pandemic”
Alternatives to Dispute Settlements: Use of Technology in Accessing Justice for Migrant Workers
"South Asian Perspectives on Wage Theft and Access to Justice: A Virtual Launch of Wage Theft studies in Bangladesh, India, and Nepal"