Qatar World Cup provides 'limited window' to improve migrant workers' rights
"Workers' visas are held as a dagger over their head"
Indian crime thriller shines spotlight on garment sector exploitation
Debut novel by a lawyer from Coimbatore, a district in Tamil Nadu state, is being used as a "manual" to understand forced labour
'Progress and persistent abuses' in Thailand's fishing industry, says U.N.
Thailand's seafood sector has come under scrutiny in recent years after investigations showed slavery, trafficking and violence on fishing boats and at onshore processing facilities
How fashion brands are tackling modern slavery in Mauritius
Mauritius and Bangladesh are negotiating an agreement that could put an end to bonded labour once and for all
Singapore helps migrant workers track income after reports of unpaid wages
The wealthy city-state relies on a large number of temporary workers in sectors ranging from construction, manufacturing to services
Who made my clothes? Asian workers' diaries show 'human cost'
The largely female workforce in South Asia is often underpaid, faces verbal and sexual harassment on a daily basis and is forced to work long hours, campaigners say
From refugee to royalty: Sierra Leone designer champions ethical fashion
"I thought rather than go to China or India, where I know nothing about the working conditions, why not make clothes in Sierra Leone?"
Indian union appeals to global brands over fair wages, jobs
Unions and activists say labour violations at the end of complex manufacturing and distribution networks are often hard to spot