Reports

MWC reports focused on issues related to caregivers and other migrant workers in British Columbia.

Envisioning Justice for Migrant Workers: A Legal Needs Assessment

Alexandra Rodgers
Migrant Workers Centre
March 2018

The Potential of Human Rights Law to Address the Harms of Labour Exploitation and Human Trafficking

Natalie Drolet, West Coast Domestic Workers’ Association and Bethany Hastie, Peter A. Allard School of Law,
University of British Columbia.
Continuing Legal Education Human Rights Law Conference 2016, November 24 & 25, 2016

An Overview of Canada’s New Caregiver Program: A Shift from Permanence to Precariousness?

Natalie Drolet, West Coast Domestic Workers’ Association
Canada’s Immigration and Citizenship Bulletin, Thomson Reuters Canada, 2016

Paying to Get Paid: Report on Unjust Recruitment Practices of Temporary Foreign Workers in British Columbia

West Coast Domestic Workers’ Association, December 2015

Caregivers and labour rights in BC: barriers to decent work

West Coast Domestic Workers’ Association, December 2015

Labour Trafficking & Migrant Workers in BC

West Coast Domestic Workers’ Association, May 2014

Access to Justice for Migrant Workers in BC

West Coast Domestic Workers’ Association, July 30, 2013