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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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Association of Community Legal Clinics of Ontario Aug 16
"Our clients struggle daily with poverty [and] face barriers to employment, including physical and mental disabilities, addication, trauma, abuse and racism." (A. Bolter, Sarnia) Legal Aid cuts hurt people.
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Advocacy for Tenants Aug 16
You rent your home. You receive an eviction notice from your landlord because they or their family intends to move in. After you leave, you notice the unit is listed for rent at a higher price. So what can you do?
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Cdn Council Refugees Aug 14
Il y a des pays où le fait de fuir la ne justifie pas une demande d'asile. Les femmes qui fuient la violence sexiste peuvent trouver refuge au Canada.
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Cdn Council Refugees Aug 14
In some countries, fleeing gender-based is not grounds for seeking asylum. Women fleeing gender-based violence can find safety in Canada.
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OCASI Aug 12
Advocacy in Action: PM Trudeau announces $26.8M investment in Legal Aid Ontario for legal services to immigrants and refugees. @RefugeeLawyersAssociation
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David Hogg Aug 9
Let’s stop going to Walmart until they stop messing guns and ammo. Make money, arm shooters, Walmart.
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Rewire.News Aug 6
Some asylum seekers who have given birth in custody were forced to hand over their newborns to the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services. We were unable to verify what happens to the children of women who do not have access to legal help.
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WEFiGHT Aug 8
'Important to set precedence': Migrant workers applying for open visas
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Women's Support Network Aug 6
Only 33 out of every 1,000 sexual assault cases is reported to the police. While accessing the legal system is important to some survivors, there are many other ways that sexual assault centres support survivors on their healing journey. 💝
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Cynthia Lopez Aug 3
Heard rumors that some El Paso victims drove themselves home because they were scared of ICE. If this is true, please have them reach out to me. I am an immigration attorney & am willing to go w/ them for medical attention or make myself available
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here for dafonte Aug 3
abdilahi elmi came to canada at age 10 as a refugee. children's aid took him from his mother at 13 but never applied for his citizenship. now canada is moving to deport him stop this disposable treatment of somali refugees
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ACT Alberta Aug 2
As a result of being trafficked, many clients we support have precarious immigration status. Our partner, , expresses solidarity with the many in the US who are mobilizing to fight against the illegal, immoral refugee & asylum bans. :
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AmnestyCanada Aug 2
Are you under the age of 25? Do you have a passion for human rights? We're hiring an Activism Team Youth Fellow who will ensure young people are at the core of our work. Applications due by Aug 6th. Apply now→
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MCIS Language Solutions Jul 30
Ethnicity does not predict crime, but there is a correlation between diaspora and human trafficking. Join MCIS and on August 8 for a free webinar discussing The Diasporic Network Approach & The Ethnic Trap. RSVP here:
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Texas Tribune Jul 30
1/ The Trump administration has separated nearly 1,000 migrant children from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border since a judge ordered the United States government to stop that very practice over a year ago, according to the .
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Cdn Council Refugees Jul 30
Les politiques d’immigration du CAN mettent trop souvent les personnes dans des situations d’extrême vulnérabilité, les exposant à l’exploitation et à la . Il faut que ça change pour protéger les survivants de la traite : Pourquoi?
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Cdn Council Refugees Jul 30
CAN’s imm. policies too often put people in situations of vulnerability, exposing them to exploitation including We need changes to imm. legislation to protect the rights of trafficked persons: Why?
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Women's Support Network Jul 30
July 30 is the World Day Against Trafficking in Persons. Human trafficking is not only an international issue, it is happening right here in York Region. Need support? Call our 24/7 Human Trafficking Crisis Line at (905) 758-5285 or the Canada-wide hotline at 1-833-900-1010.
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