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November 17, 2020 @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm UTC+0

Why a UK committed to ending modern slavery needs to return to pre-2012 Overseas Domestic Worker visa

In 2012, the Coalition government introduced restrictions which removed holders of overseas domestic workers visa the right to renew visa. This change facilitates the abuse and undermines the stated commitment to address slavery. 5 Years after the Modern Slavery Act and 8 Years after on the visa were removed, it is time to return to the original overseas domestic worker visa and associated rights.

Chair: Jess Philips


Marissa Begonia, Director The Voice of Domestic Workers

Diana Holland OBE, Assistant General Secretary Unite the Union

Kate Roberts, UK and Europe Program Manager of Anti-slavery International

Dr. Joyce Jiang, Lecturer in Human Resource Management, York University

Avril Sharp, Policy and Casework Officer, Kalayaan

And Migrant Domestic Workers Testimonies

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November 17, 2020 @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm UTC+0




The Voice of Domestic Workers