Program to protect abused migrant workers retrauma

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Three years into the government’s Open Work Permit for Vulnerable Workers (VWOWP) program, migrant workers and advocacy groups say it not only has failed to protect migrant workers but, in many cases:1618620402744,, is retraumatizing themThe beach was 50 metres away from Lake Shore Boulevard.

The program was introduced in 2019 as a way to protect migrant workers facing abuse at the hands of their employers by providing them an “open work permit” which allows them to look for work with other employers2021-12-20T21:08:00Z.

During a session on the failures of the program at the 24th Metropolis Canada Conference in Vancouverexcept in regions that have directed schools to move to remote learning, British ColumbiaThe ICU outside of Atlantic Canada., on March 24can operate with capacity limits., a panel led by the Migrant Workers Centre (MWC) discussed what they say are “disconcerting trends” from Immigration:1639076029129,, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) officers with respect to processing applications for a program meant to protect victims of abuse.

“We noticed a great deal of inconsistency and confusion around what constitutes abuse despite the fact that there’s guidance on the IRCC website,” Amanda Aziz, a lawyer at the Vancouver-based Migrant Workers Centre, explainedThe death rate is 0.12 per 100,000 people.

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