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
Bahrain, India moot scrapping scheme to protect migrant maids
"If it is removed, it will put the workers in a much a more difficult situation"
'Uberisation' of India's domestic work market has benefits and risks
India's on-demand domestic work companies are expanding by up to 60 percent month-on-month
The lost girls of Myanmar
Thousands of young women risk falling into the hands of traffickers as they leave rural villages in Myanmar in search of work abroad
Job ads for foreign maids in Asia, Middle East highlight poor pay - study
Families in Asia and the Middle East rely heavily on domestic workers to cook, clean and care for children as well as the elderly
Indian domestic workers demand fair wages, days off and a cup of coffee
Most domestic workers in India are regularly exploited in the absence of any legal protection
FEATURE-In Denmark, au pairs risk abuse in name of "cultural exchange"
"He didn't rape me, but he kept saying he wanted to have physical relations with me and wanted to kiss me"
Domestic worker from Myanmar rescues sister from decade of slavery
Many employers think they are generous for taking in poor women to do household chores in exchange for only room and board