Recognizing and Assisting Victims of Labour Trafficking

Migrant workers may be vulnerable to human trafficking for labour exploitation due to factors such as lack of knowledge of their rights in Canada, inability to speak the language and isolation. Organizations and employers can play a very important role in preventing labour trafficking as well as supporting the victims. In this webinar, Larissa Maxwell, Director of The Salvation Army’s Anti-Human Traffic program, shared knowledge on how to recognize, protect and assist migrant workers who may have been trafficked to Canada.

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