CARE White Paper Issue 6: Infrastructures of housing and food for low-wage migrant workers in Singapore

Courtesy Julio Etchart as part of CARE’s “Respect Migrant Rights” campaign in Singapore

The high incidence of COVID-19 cases in dormitories housing low-wage migrant workers in Singapore makes visible the structural challenges of poor housing and food. Building on CARE’s ongoing work with low-wage migrant workers in Singapore, this white paper presents imaginaries for healthy housing and food voiced by low-wage migrant workers.

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    This white paper mentioned things are absolutely correct, in recent situation many of company also hold salary,,, never give borrow also and never provide quality meals, some employer breaches the law, and breaches the worker rights, so i support this campaign for low wages Migrant worker

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