Changing Employment is a Basic Right, Right? Not if You’re a Migrant Worker in Canada
The dust has settled over the newly built stadiums in Qatar, where fans worldwide experienced the magic of soccer. The tournament was made possible
Canada Needs to See Its Reflection in the Qatari Mirror
Today is International Migrants Day. Ironically, it also happens to be the day of the World Cup Soccer finals. France and Argentina will face off
Video: Justice for Migrant Workers in Canada
A two and a half minute video introduction to our Migrant Workers Exercise.
Organizations and Individuals Should Endorse the Declaration for Open Work Permits for Migrant Workers
Endorse the declaration calling on the government to abolish the system of indentured labour for migrant workers. They are not disposable. Canada has to uphold the
Good Enough to Work but Not to Stay- Migrant Workers Exploitation in Canada
Join us on Oct. 15 or Oct. 18 in Toronto for this participatory exercise to learn more about the injustices migrant workers face in Canada, how they resist and organize, and what you can do to support their efforts.
Event: Migrant Workers Justice in Canada, Let’s Act Now
All invited to this online event on October 3 at 7pm (EDT) to listen to migrant workers and community partners sharing ideas, tools and actions demanding fair treatment for migrant workers in Canada.
Do No Harm: Volume 2
Our webinar series returns beginning May 5, 2022.
CNEE Response to the Pastoral Letter on Human Trafficking and Sexual Exploitation in Canada
We appreciate the efforts of the CCCB to speak out on this important issue.
Do No Harm Webinar Recordings
We are pleased to share the recordings of the six installments of the Do No Harm webinar series.
Do No Harm: A Six-Part Webinar Series to Address Anti-Human Trafficking Work in a New Way
We all agree that human trafficking should be stopped. However, our efforts often have harmful consequences.
Statement on Canada’s Human Trafficking Awareness Day (2019)
February 22 is National Human Trafficking Awareness Day in Canada.
World Day Against Trafficking in Persons
July 30 is the International Day of Human Trafficking and an opportunity to reflect on this human rights crisis.
Kitchener-Waterloo Area Forum
Many migrant workers coming to Canada are subjected to labour trafficking and exploitation.
Federal Submission on Work Permits
The Federation of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Canada made a submission to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada and Employment and Social Development Canada.
Our New Website
Welcome to our new online home.
The Globe and Mail Reports on Exploitation
An investigation into mistreatment and abuse.
Symposium: A New Dialogue on Human Trafficking
These discussions widened our understanding of exploitation.
GIFT Box: Unwrapping the Truth About Human Trafficking
GIFT Box was a massive awareness-raising event held in 2015.