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A Message for the G20's Five Asian Members

The constituents of GCAP Asia and the Asia Development Alliance have sent a clear message to the five Asian members of the G20:  it's time to step up to ensure that equality and equity are pillars of growth and development and that corruption has no place in our nations or communities.  The joint letter, which was drafted at the G20 Civil Summit, is being presented to political leaders and the G20 'sherpas' (government negotiators) from China, India, Indonesia, Korea and Japan.

GCAP Asia and the ADA at the G20 Civil Summit

A Migrant Worker's Testimony to the Post-2015 High Level Panel

The following statement was delivered to the UN High Level Panel on Post-2015 Development by Siti Mariyam, an Indonesian migrant worker, on 25 March 2013.

For the last ten years, at least 200 million migrant workers in all over the world have been moving the world’s economy and bring advantages to our country and the countries where we work. Majority of us are women and work as domestic workers.

We are in vulnerable condition. In this we almost have no legal protection, even though we have contributed alot, but our mobility has been limited with policies which are discriminative, exploitative, anti-migration, criminalization and put us as informal sector. Working abroad is our human right that should be promoted, fullfilled and protected by the country of origin and the country of destination.

“Father of Indonesian bloggers”  joins...



“Father of Indonesian bloggers”  joins G20Voice.

Blogging since 2001, Enda Nasution has just recently launched the first Indonesian Web 2.0 political site: www.politikana.com

Dubbed by Indonesian media as the “Father of Indonesian Bloggers”, Enda was also the first Chairman of Indonesia’s blogger summit,  Pesta Blogger in 2007.



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