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END MIGRANT WORKER UNFREEDOM

2022-2023 Fundraising Campaign

SUPPORT FINANCIALLY DTMF’S ESSENTIAL WORK

Measures like employer(s)-specific work permits are associated with a radical power imbalance in favour of employers, leading to the widespread violation of rights of individuals employed under foreign worker status in Canada – notably within the domestic work and agricultural sectors.

Despite overwhelming evidence that employer-tying measures restrict workers’ capacity to resign and generally exercise rights – including fundamental ones – in the country, the Canadian government refuses to end them and, in particular, to replace employer-tying work authorizations with open ones.

It is time to bring this issue to the courts. RHFW is currently preparing a constitutional challenge to put an end to employer-tying policies.

To launch the association’s litigation project, which is of historical and global significance, we have been granted funds under the Court Challenge Program administered by the University of Ottawa. However, to access these funds, we must secure an additional $147,000 donation before the 31st of March, 2023.

30-min presentation of DTMF’s constitutional project and associated END MIGRANT WORKER UNFREEDOM 2022-2023 fundraising campaign:

A. WIRE TRANSFERS:

admin@dtmf-rhfw.org answer: endunfreedom

B. CHECKs:

Name: Association pour les Droits des Travailleuses.rs de Maison et de Ferme

C. CREDIT CARD – PAYPAL

  • 100% of the funds donated will be used to further RHFW’s mission: to defend the fundamental rights of household and farm workers in Quebec and Canada, particularly when employed under precarious immigration status
  • RHFW’s main project for 2022-2025 is a constitutional challenge of the federal employer-tying authority;
  • Donations can be anonymous, public, or publicized, according to the preference of each funder.

Association for the Rights of Household and Farm Workers (RHFW)

1340 St Joseph Blvd E,
Montréal, Québec
H2J 1M3

info@dtmf-rhfw.org
514-379-1262