Examples of successful projects include the ¡Basta! toolkit, this sexual harassment prevention... more »
ETA should ensure sufficient funding is available to reach farmworkers and should seek to cooperate with legal services organizations and other farmworker-serving organizations on the ground to provide education to farmworkers on labor trafficking in their own language and in adequate formats.
First, many temporary workers are recruited by third party intermediaries, some of whom... more »
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Associate Deputy Undersecretary for International Affairs
U.S. Department of Labor
RE: U.S. Department of Labor's Efforts to End Labor Trafficking National Online Dialogue
Dear Associate Deputy Undersecretary Mittelhauser:
This comment is being submitted by Centro de los Derechos del Migrante, Inc. (CDM), a binational non-profit with operations in the... more »
We need to train farm workers on all forms of recruitment, employers on the consequences on trafficking a farm worker and breaking the law
My personal experience; I was offered a job from the Philippines, I exited the Philippines and entered USA legally with a working visa but I am not educated enough on the consequences next. I am ignorant about this country, labor law, definitely about human trafficking.
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