During the gathering on Paterson Street, they also demanded justice and voiced outrage over recent high-profile cases.
Organisers said 490 people attended the one and a half hour protest, which was sparked by the death of Adelina Lisao, a domestic worker in Penang,
reportedly following torture by her employer
“This is another Erwiana case. It shows the level of abuse and violence domestic workers face,” said Eni Lestari, chairperson of the International Migrants Alliance. “How many more victims have to suffer and die?”