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Rapport/communiqué de presse

Immigrant Workers: Learning to Labour in Canada: Rights and Organizing Strategies

Ce document est une ressource clé

Date

2000

Auteurs

Jill Hanley, Steve Jordan, Eric Shragge et Elizabeth Wood

Résumé

Researchers:

Eric Shragge, (Project Leader) School of Community and Public Affairs, Concordia University
Jill Hanley, Ph.D. candidate, Ecole de Service Social, Université de Montréal
Steven Jordan, Faculty of Education, McGill University
Elizabeth Wood, Faculty of Education, McGill University
Research Partner: Immigrant Workers’ Centre, Tess Tessalona, Coordinator, Montreal
Videotape Collaboration: Malcolm Guy, Multi Monde, Montreal

Research Plan:

This research project will begin with the work experience of recent immigrants to Canada, and explore their learning strategies to secure social and labour rights in the workplace. The partner organization is the Immigrant Workers’ Centre (IWC) in Montreal. Located in a multi-cultural neighbourhood, this centre was founded in 2000 in order to work toward supporting immigrant workers in their struggles to gain social and union rights. The underlying belief of the centre is that effective education and organizing work can most effectively take place in the neighbourhood.

Institution responsable

Immigrant Workers’ Centre

Fichiers joints

Liens

Secteurs économiques

Occupations in services - Domestic work, Autre et Occupations in manufacturing and utilities - general

Types de contenu

Statistics on work and life conditions et Numbers of migrant workers

Groupes cibles

Chercheurs et ONG/groupes communautaires/réseaux de solidarité

Pertinence géographique

National relevance

Sphères d’activité

Travail social

Langues

Anglais