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Windsor-Essex Fight International Growth of Human Trafficking. Join the fight against sex, labour and marriage trafficking, It's happening in our neighbourhood!
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FCJ Refugee Centre May 24
A1: Trafficking in persons occurs when someone obtains a profit from the exploitation of another person by using some form of coercion, deception or fraud.
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FCJ Refugee Centre May 24
A1: Exploitation can take many different forms, including through forced labour in various areas such as the service, manufacturing, agricultural or construction sectors, through domestic work, and through work in the sex industry.
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FCJ Refugee Centre May 24
sometimes they make you to work with threats if you don't have status that you can be deported to your country
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FCJ Refugee Centre May 24
A2: Human Labour Trafficking takes place when some means (including taking advantage of one's particular vulnerabilities) are used as a way of controlling someone in order to cause them to believe that they have no choice but to carry out a specific work or service#Teartalk
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Advocacy for Tenants May 24
About 45 per cent of renters in Windsor are paying too much of their income toward their rent.
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OCASI May 23
Granting permanent residency status on arrival will protect Caregivers from exploitation and abuse by employers.
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Cdn Council Refugees May 23
New report cards highlight gaps in protections for migrant workers across Canada
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#HelpErase May 23
Human trafficking survivors caution that trafficking continues despite Backpage shutting down
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Social Law Project, UWC May 22
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FCJ Refugee Centre May 23
Exploring emerging trends in framing the concept of human trafficking by focusing on spectrum of exploitation and the individual experiences of survivors instead of “type of trafficking”: One of the discussions at
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FCJ Refugee Centre May 22
Tráfico de personas: ¿Qué es y cómo saber si es víctima o si está en riesgo de serlo?
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Because I am a Girl May 22
In , girls as young as 13 are being kidnapped and forced into marriage. is on the ground raising awareness to help these children and bring traffickers to justice. But we need your support. RT to and visit: .
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Homeless Hub May 19
The Canadian-developed Housing First for Youth model has been acclaimed by a number of international stakeholders:
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Karen May 18
Great that Debbie Douglas from was at the UN this week representing Canadian civil society and advocating for in the
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BBC News (World) May 18
Why is no-one talking about Nigeria's Zamfara conflict?
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A Way Home Canada May 18
Please read our post on the Homelessness Advisory Committee report. And thanks to for sharing.
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colette murphy May 17
Beautiful, heartbreaking piece about the human cost of decades-long government divestment and neglect
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TRIEC May 17
What would Canada look like with no immigration? Very interesting read from
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Advocacy for Tenants May 17
Must read! A powerful reminder of what means to pple like Rose - pushed out of her home and community. Reduced funding & downloading responsibility to Cities - a decision made by Mike Harris's Conservative gov't - is still shattering lives.
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FCJ Refugee Centre May 17
Anti-Human Trafficking Forum invitation: via
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