Erwiana Sulistyaningsih stood in an airport in mid-2014 with a bruised face, arms covered with storied scars.

A migrant worker from Indonesia, Sulistyaningsih had been working as a maid in upscale Hong Kong and had suffered abuse and neglect in her position. For months, she was given only a small amount of rice and bread to eat. Her sleep was limited to only a few hours a day. She was eventually abandoned and left, unable to walk, with threats against her family should she ever talk. Read More

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