To ensure states respect the fundamental rights of household and farm employees under foreign worker status in Canada and eventually abroad, it is necessary to challenge the legality of the state’s authority to implement employer-tying measures.
RHFW conducts and collaborates on legal and empirical research to advance society’s understanding of the exercise and main obstacles to fundamental rights for individuals employed under foreign worker status.
Advocacy-education & reference services
RHFW works with partners and coalitions in Quebec and across Canada to educate – at all levels – on the rights of household and farm workers under foreign worker status.
Association for the Rights of Household and Farm Workers (RHFW)
1340 St Joseph Blvd E,