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September 10, 2015

Justice For Domestic Workers in collaboration with London Development  Education Centre

highlight the struggle of domestic workers in the UK in their new booklet. Stories presented in the booklet will continue happening unless we bring political change.

 

The booklet introduces dramatic stories of every day humiliation and abuse migrant domestic workers face. The modern Slavery Bill, now an Act, fails protecting migrant domestic workers. Since the review, it aims at preventing abuse, protecting the workers and victims, and increasing the prosecution of offenders. Nevertheless, it doesn't address the situation of migrant domestic workers, who currently have no protection, no rights and no recourse to justice in the UK.

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