Tag Archives: migrant workers

Migration brings stability, diversity, innovation and talent

December 18th 2016 Today (Sunday 18th December) marks International Migrants Day, a day to celebrate migration and the diversity it brings; a day to recognise how our communities, workplaces and schools are enriched with new talent, ideas and energy. Migration
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Supreme Court overturns High Court judgment in Mohammed Younis case

Unanimous judgment upholds Labour Court award of €92,000 to former chef Former chef Mohammed Younis has been vindicated in a unanimous Supreme Court judgment today (Thurs 25th June) which upheld a 2011 Rights Commissioner decision – endorsed by the Labour
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  • Section of quilt made by domestic workers

In Ireland, workers in private homes are most at risk of exploitation – new EU report

A new EU Fundamental Rights Agency (FRA) report on labour exploitation across the EU has found that in Ireland, domestic workers are most at risk of exploitation. The report ‘Severe labour exploitation: workers moving within or into the EU’ tracks
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Au pairs and domestic workers launch new Labour of Love campaign in Dublin

Au pairs, carers, and domestic workers today (Friday 6th March) launched Labour of Love, a new campaign focusing on the rights of workers in private homes across Ireland. The campaign aims to combat the widespread underpayment, exploitation and abuse of workers
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A new Paris Bakery every week: the rotten state of workers’ rights in Ireland

July 17th 2014: MRCI reveals details of two new groups of Dublin workers left high and dry Last month, workers in Moore Street’s Paris Bakery were left without thousands of euro in back wages when the popular café shut without
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