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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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IRCC 15h
REMINDER: The mailing address for most overseas family class sponsorship apps has changed! Make sure you mail yours to the right place: .
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BBC Earth Aug 19
Happy Orangutan means 'man of the forest' in Malay. There are only an estimated 104,700 Bornean and around 7,500 Sumatran orangutans in the wild. Their numbers are threatened by the illegal wildlife trade and habitat loss due to palm oil agriculture
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Not For Sale Aug 18
Did you know? Not For Sale funds 8 programs in 9 countries around the world. We partner with local experts, community leaders, and business people to understand the root causes of slavery in a region. We provide food, shelter, education, and healthcare to those affected.
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UN Women Watch Aug 18
? In the U.S., period poverty, or not being able to afford feminine hygiene products, keeps 1 out of 5 girls out of school during their monthly cycle: via
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South Asian MH Aug 16
A reminder to everyone: people struggling with are more likely to be victims of crimes rather than perpetrators. Please remember that and treat everyone with kindness! TW: mass shooting
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Nick Boisvert Aug 16
18 households were given one month to move out by their landlord. Legally, they may have been owed 4 times as much.
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Migrant Mothers Aug 16
"The federal government is reviewing a decision of the UN Human Rights Committee that concluded Canada violated the rights of an undocumented irregular migrant by...
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Polaris Aug 15
A5: Indicators can differ by industry, but some general signs to watch out for include: Is the employee able to take breaks? Is s/he always working whenever you go in? If you strike up a conversation, is s/he able to speak to you easily and freely?
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WEFiGHT Aug 15
Consider the systemic/program barriers that make migrant workers vulnerable to exploitation, including trafficking
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End Rape on Campus Aug 15
RT ""Stealthing" (non-consensual condom removal) is sexual assault. It is an act of power & control and a violation of bodily autonomy. Check out this infographic for more information: "
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Polaris Aug 15
A4: We analyzed over 40,000 cases of potential trafficking reported to the National Hotline from 2007-2016. Domestic work, traveling sales crews, and restaurant & food service were the top three industries for labor trafficking.
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Advocacy for Tenants Aug 15
Today, over 1.7 million Canadian households are living in unsafe, unsuitable or unaffordable housing without better options. Our open letter outlines how to fix this
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Advocacy for Tenants Aug 15
If the place I rent is sold, do I have to move out? Can I be evicted because my landlord wants to move into my place? Find out what you can do in these situations using our tip sheet:
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Tamas Miko Aug 13
A short sneak peak & . Unfortunately I am only able to upload two minutes of the video.
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WEFiGHT Aug 12
We can’t wait!!
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Anelyse M. Weiler Aug 11
It's a huge risk for migrant to report workplace abuse in Canada. Keeno, a 27-year old dad from Jamaica, has been barred from the after he spoke up. Just pitched into a fundraiser to help him build a greenhouse and regain his livelihood:
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Health Providers Against Poverty Aug 9
The messaging from and is already starting to soften on their cuts to social assistance, keep up the pressure folks! # incomesecurity
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WEFiGHT Aug 6
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UN Women Aug 4
She's 15. Her husband is 73. Sonjida is not the only one. Stand with us against child marriage.
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PACE Society Aug 2
"Trafficking isn’t enabled by online adverts, it is enabled by poverty & people’s determination to escape it. It's enabled by a hostile immigration environment that make it impossible for people to cross borders unaided".
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