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What Methods Can Singapore Use to Further Protect Its Foreign Domestic Workers and Eradicate Forced Labor? 29 29 References 1. Employment of Foreign Manpower Act: Chapter 91A. Employment of Foreign Manpower (Work Passes) Regulations, 2012. 2. Huang, S., & Yeoh, B.S.A. “Foreign Domestic Workers in Singapore: A Neglected Social Issue? ” 50 Years of Social Issues in Singapore , edited by David Chan, World Scien- tific Publishing Company, 2015, pp. 167–187. 3. Humanitarian Organization for Migration Economics (HOME a). Work, Life and Well–being of Foreign Do- mestic Workers in Singapore. 2015. 4. Humanitarian Organization for Migration Economics (HOME b). Behind Closed Doors: Forced Labour in the Domestic Work Sector in Singapore. 2019. 5. International Labour Organization (ILO a). Forced Labour, Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking. n.d. 6. International Labour Organization (ILO b). Global Estimates of Modern Slavery. International Labour Office, 2017. 7. International Labour Organization (ILO c.) General Principles and Operational Guidelines for Fair Recruit- ment and Definition of Recruitment Fees and Related Costs. 2019. 8. Ratifications of ILO Conventions: Singapore. 9. UN Human Rights Council. 17th session of the Human Rights Council (30May - 17 June 2011). 10. UN Treaty Body Database: Ratifications Status for Singapore. 11. UN Woman. Review of Laws, Policies and Regulations Governing Labour Migration in Asian and Arab States: A Gender and Rights Based Perspective. United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women, 2013, pp. 104–123. 12. Yeoh, Brenda S. A., et al. “Social Protection for Migrant Domestic Workers in Singapore: International Conven- tions, the Law, and Civil Society Action.” American Be- havioral Scientist , Vol. 64, no. 6, May 2020, pp. 841–858. We wish to thank the ILO and mentors from Lehigh University and Universidad San Francisco de Quito for their assistance on this Martindale Center and Lehigh University / United Nations Partnership Policy Brief project. Martindale Center for the Study of Private Enterprise Lehigh University College of Business Rauch Business Center, 621 Taylor Street Bethlehem, PA 18015 Tel: (610) 758-4771 / Fax: (610) 758-6549 Executive Director: Todd A. Watkins, Ph.D. Tel (610) 758-4954 / Fellowship Advising and United Nations Programs 32 Sayre Drive, Bethlehem, PA 18015 (610) 758-4977 / Director: Bill Hunter, Ph.D. Tel (610) 758-4505 /