Research

Research

The RHFW manages and contributes to research projects on the evolution of the Canadian and international norms applicable to household and farm workers, and on their exercise of rights on the ground.

Current research project

Employer-tied vs Open work Permit: Impact on Fundamental Rights? (2021-2024)

Empirical research project under the research program ACCESS TO RIGHTS of the CRSH university-community research partnership PARTEMP, coordinated by the Research Chair of Canada on Global Migration Dynamics at Université Laval. The preliminary results of the project were presented in May 2022 at the symposium Regards sur les situations des immigrants à statut précaire dans les régions du Québec during the 89th ACFAS conference.


Current research collaboration

One-year Open Work Permis after Abuse – Then What? (2022-)

Collaboration with the design of an empirical research project developed within the CRSH university-community research partnership PARTEMP, coordinated by the Research Chair of Canada on Global Migration Dynamics at Université Laval.

Employer-tied foreign workers employed in the agro-food sector in Quebec: Access to decent nutrition? (2022-2025)

Collaboration on an empirical research project coordinated by researchers members of the Université de Montréal’s Department of Public Health.

Migrants employed as agricultural workers in Quebec and Ontario: Mental health issues (2020-2023)

Collaboration on an empirical research project coordinated by researchers members of Laval University’s Department of Industrial Relations.


Association pour les droits des travailleuses.rs de maison et de ferme

1340 St Joseph Blvd E,
Montréal, Québec
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