In response to the brutal beating of an Indonesian domestic worker named Erwiana Sulistyaningsih by her employer in Hong Kong, migrant rights networks and organizations are taking to the streets in protests. 5,000 domestic workers and supporters rallied in Hong Kong demanding “justice, more humane working conditions, an end to forced migration and modern-day slavery” reports Migrant International. Similar rallies to Rise for Justice for Erwiana are being planned in the Philippines, London and around the world.

Read the FULL REPORT by Migrant International HERE