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Migration girls from Thailand to Malaysia

The women's movement in the Malaysia

The women's movement in the Malaysia

The trafficking of women from Thailand to Malaysia occurs within the context of large-scale regional migration in Asia, which has grown dramatically over the last two decades. Since the late 1980s, this has included large flows of both male and female workers from Thailand to Malaysia. The vast majority of this migration is illegal, as Malaysia accepts only a very limited number of legal migrants each year.

In practice, the high demand for foreign workers in Malaysia has fostered the growth of large transnational networks able to bypass legal barriers and facilitate illegal migration into Malaysia. There is strong evidence that these networks are controlled by powerful organized crime groups, including the Yakuza in Malaysia and other mafia-like organizations elsewhere. It is these networks that women from Thailand often rely on when they migrate to Malaysia.

Human Rights Watch interviewed numerous women who had migrated from Thailand to Malaysia over the past decade, most of whom had worked in "dating" snack bars upon their arrival in the country. They narrated their experiences at length; in some cases, over the course of several meetings.

We also interviewed a number of advocates in Malaysia who are working on behalf of women from Thailand, including lawyers, shelter staff, hotline volunteers, medical professionals, migrants' rights activists, and others. In addition, we interviewed Malaysian government officials as well as officials from the Thai Embassy and Thai Labor Office in Malaysia.

Finally, we met with governmental and nongovernmental representatives in Thailand who are involved in efforts to prevent trafficking in persons and provide assistance to victims.


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Migrate for an Escort work in Asia

We found that while Thai women's initial decisions to migrate for work were almost always voluntary, women typically were deceived from the time they made their decisions until their arrival in Malaysia, and most of the women experienced slavery-like abuses, prohibited under international law, during the course of their travel and job placement.

Agents in Thailand assisted women in obtaining passports and other travel documentation, took care of all travel arrangements, hired escorts to accompany the women during their travel, and contacted brokers to receive the women in Malaysia. These agents routinely deceived women about the terms and conditions of the work they were going to do; none of the women we interviewed understood the amount and calculation of their debt and the conditions under which they would have to repay it when they arrived in Malaysia.

Many of the women were also deceived about the nature of the work: promised jobs as waitresses or factory workers, they were later coerced into engaging in sex work. Upon arrival in Malaysia, women were delivered to brokers, who contacted employers and arranged the women's job placement.

Most of the women were employed as snack bar "hostesses" with duties included entertaining customers at the bar and accompanying customers to nearby hotels to provide sexual services.

Women were given no choice over their occupation, employers, or working conditions, and they received no compensation until they repaid extraordinarily large debts assessed against them, far exceeding the cost of their travel to Malaysia.


Debt Bondage and Forced Labor

Debt Bondage and Forced Labor

Human Rights Watch found that working arrangements for most of the women from Thailand in Malaysian snack bars constituted debt bondage or forced labor, practices prohibited under international law. During their recruitment, women were regularly deceived regarding the amount of debt they would incur, the amount of time it would take to repay this debt, the type of work they would have to perform while in debt, and/or the conditions under which they would be compelled to work.

This deception was compounded by the wide discretion employers exercised over debt repayment calculations. Employers used arbitrary and non-transparent methods of account-keeping and routinely increased women's debts with a variety of fines and other expenses. Employers also reserved the power to "resell" indebted women into renewed levels of debt, and the threat of "resale" was often used to exact compliance.

While in "debt," women trafficked from Thailand worked under highly abusive labor conditions. They did not receive any compensation for their labor and had to accept all customers and all customers' requests. They also faced significant risks to their health with only limited access to health care. Severe punishments for refusing or failing to fully satisfy customers meant that women who were in debt had no power to enforce condom use, heightening their risk of exposure to HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases.

Women were often compelled to submit to even physically abusive clients, and some were subjected to violence by their employers for alleged infringements or acts of disobedience. Women were also forced to work excessively long hours, in some cases even when ill, and their access to medical care was controlled by their boss or manager.


Thai or Malaysian girls to choose

Thai or Malaysian girls to choose

Though medical care might be available if a woman succeeded in maintaining a good relationship with her manager, such care also lengthened the period of debt repayment as the cost of any treatment was added to her debt.

Several of the women we interviewed escaped from this situation, but most repaid their debts – over a period of anywhere from several months to two years – and then continued to work in Malaysia in order to earn money for themselves and their families back in Thailand. There are a number of reasons why escape is unusual.

The nature of debt bondage provides women with strong incentives to acquiesce to their managers' demands, as the debt period is typically temporary, but all repayment calculations are at their employers' discretion. Furthermore, escape is difficult and dangerous. Women are kept under near constant surveillance, their passports and other documentation are confiscated, they have little cash, and they are isolated by barriers of language and culture. They are threatened with violent retaliation or "resale" into greater debt if they are caught, and sometimes with retaliation against their family members if they are not.

In addition, while Malaysian authorities, if contacted, may be willing to facilitate escape attempts, they will also begin deportation procedures, without offering women any opportunity to seek compensation for back wages or damages. Similarly, Thai Embassy officials assist women in returning home to Thailand, but they do not provide women with any assistance in obtaining legal recourse for the abuses they have suffered. Some women find their working conditions so unbearable that they would like to return home, even empty-handed, but most put up with the abuse in hopes of obtaining the money they need to support themselves and their families back home.


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Human Rights Watch interviewed numerous women who had migrated from Thailand to Malaysia over the past decade, most of whom had worked in dating snack bars upon their arrival in the country.

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