Indian police probing complaint of maid abuse that prompted protests
"Cases of rapes, murders, physical abuse, non-payment of wages are routinely reported in the local newspapers in Delhi. You name the labour right violation clause, and it is there"
Emirati princesses trafficking conviction sends "strong signal" but impunity prevails: experts
"No one, even if you are a princess, is above the law"
Domestic workers in south India get chance to 'upskill' to fight exploitation
Scheme aims to improve skills of domestic workers so they can demand better salaries, benefits and more job options
Banning women from domestic work abroad raises trafficking risks - UN
"I was tortured and wanted to come back... they told me that even if I was killed no one would know"
INTERVIEW-India's domestic workers at risk from 'toxic relationship' with employer
"Maid in India: Stories of Inequality and Opportunity Inside Our Home", a book published this month, chronicles the lives of maids in India's big cities
Migrant domestic workers in Lebanon deported for having children - rights group
Dozens of migrant domestic workers who have given birth in Lebanon are being detained, deported and denied residency renewals, a rights group says.
Singapore jails couple for starving Filipino domestic helper
Cases of domestic helpers being given inadequate food "happen with alarming regularity"
In U-turn, Indonesia says will continue to send maids abroad
1,000s of Indonesian women travel to places like Malaysia every year to become maids, attracted by promises of higher salaries despite reports of widespread abuses