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Online Database: Working for the abolition of legalized migrant enslavement through information sharing


Towards respect of fundamental rights and freedoms, in particular of the rights to change employer and place of residence, to live with children and/or partner, and to be eligible upon arrival for permanent legal status, for all 'guest workers'/migrant workers admitted in the country of employment under a temporary work authorization


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2020.07.18 to 2020.09.18 – Devant le campus de McGill, Montréal
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Latest news

Letter to Minister Qualtrough
Migrant worker alleges 'kidnapping' off local farm after abuse complaints
The Windsor Star
Creative Recourse in Cases of Forced Labour: Using Human Trafficking, Human Rights and Labour Law to Protect Migrant Workers
L. Matte Guilmain and J. Hanley
Engaging migrant careworkers: examining cases of exploitation by recruitment agencies in Quebec, Canada
L. Larios, J. Hanley, M. Salamanca Cardona, M. Henaway, N. Dwaikat Shaer, S. Ben Soltane, L. Larios, J. Hanley, M. Salamanca Cardona, M. Henaway, N. Dwaikat Shaer, and S. Ben Soltane
FROM RISK TO RESILIENCE: A good practice guide for food retailers addressing human rights in their supply chains
A. Prapha, R. Wilshaw , and H. Ivanhoe

Resources for

(Im)migrants workers
Policymakers and journalists
Public awareness
Employers and recruitement agencies