We believe that the rights to Dignity of Work, Dignity of Person and the Dignity of Life are fundamental human rights. Migrant populations in many countries are often discriminated when it comes to the protection of these rights.
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From everyone at HOME, thank YOU.
WARNED NOT TO SIGN
A while back, HOME blog wrote about Warning Letters, which are issued by the Police informing domestic workers that they ‘have been issued a stern warning in lieu of prosecution.’
Such warning letters may sound harmless, but the consequences are not. It presumes guilt when the case is not even tried in court. The implication of this for migrant workers is significant.
1 Human trafficking is the exploitation of human beings
to make money.
2 Victims are most commonly trafficked into forced
labour, forced sex work, and forced domestic work.
3 Human trafficking is one of the fastest growing criminal
activities in the world making US$ 32 billion every year.
4 The ILO estimates that there are more than 20 million
people living as modern slaves worldwide.
5 Traffickers prey on those who dream of a better future.
Victims can be men, women, or children made vulnerable from lack of money or opportunities from work or study.
Christmas is coming and at this time of giving, we ask you to consider those who work hard during the year and are spending the festive season away from their families. Show your appreciation for them this festive season by giving a 'Good Gift'.
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