The FLA Supports "Tailoring Wages" in Tamil Nadu
Through interviews with workers and in-depth discussions with experts, the FLA found that female migrant workers in Malaysia, Taiwan, and Thailand routinely face discrimination due to pregnancy laws designed to target them, or poor implementation of laws and regulations intended to protect them. Female migrant workers are especially at risk because they face three levels of discrimination: as a woman, as a pregnant person, and as a migrant worker.
Triple Discrimination: Woman, Pregnant, and Migrant
The Fair Labor Association (FLA), and five allied organizations, wrote to the Prime Minister of Cambodia on March 19, urging implementation of key labor law reforms agreed to by the Cambodian government in October of 2017.
The Fair Labor Association (FLA) and American Apparel & Footwear Association (AAFA) wrote the government of Myanmar expressing strong support for the labor law reform process now underway, while urging the government to ensure that this process results in laws and regulations that are consistent with the fundamental conventions of the International Labor Organization, creating a strong foundation for mature industrial relations and strong growth for the garment and footwear industries in Myanmar.