Migrant Workers Justice in Canada: Let's Act Now

October 3, 2022 - 7:00pm to 8:30pm
Online Event: 

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The Collaborative Network to End Exploitation invites community members, organizations, advocates and others to participate in a migrant workers solidarity evening event.

  • When: October 3, 2022
  • Time: 7-8:30 pm (Toronto)
  • Where: online

Across Canada, migrant workers perform essential jobs and contribute socially and economically to our communities. Yet many are denied fundamental human rights.

This virtual event features:

  1. Launching a short animated video showing migrant workers' abuses in Canada produced by the CNEE.
  2. Discussing the findings in the new reportcalled Labour Exploitation in Ontario: Insights from Migrant Workers During the COVID-19 Pandemic(working title).
  3. Discussing theCampaign for Open Work Permits Nowwhich demands that the Canadian government abolish employer-specific work permits. More at www.openworknow.ca

Panelists: Leah Watkiss (CNEE), Jovana Blagovcanin (FCJ Refugee Centre)Julia Drydyk (Canadian Centre to End Human Trafficking), Hannah Deagan (Association for the rights of household and farm workers)

Register and learn more HERE                                  Free event

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For questions, contact Varka at vkalaydzhieva@csj-to.ca


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