CARAM Asia is a regional network working on migration and health issues. Formed in 1997, it has developed into a network of members spread across South East Asia, North East Asia, the Gulf and Middle East.
It is an NGO in Special Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations.
The Migrant Workers Rights Programme seeks to remedy the extreme situations of a lack of legal protection, rights to redress and access to justice for migrant workers. Read More
Throughout the migration cycle, governments of origin and sending countries treat migrant workers as a commodity. Their well being or protection of health rights are ignored largely. Read More
Migration is globular in nature and is heavily affected by neo liberal policies and structures which impacts migrant workers health outcomes and well-being. Read More