Recruitment of migrant workers should be conducted in a way that respects, protects and fulfils internationally recognized human rights. When these rights are violated, workers must have the right to access justice and to seek effective remedy.
Access to justice is central to making human rights, including labour rights, a reality for all workers and individuals. It is premised upon the central tenet of non-discrimination – that every person is entitled, without discrimination and on an equal basis with others, to equal treatment and protection under the law. The ILO Fair Recruitment Initiative Knowledge Hub will host a roundtable discussion on “Access to justice for recruitment-related abuses” to share ILO’s latest research findings and explore practical tools and emerging good practices.
The Roundtable Discussion will feature global expert panelists from the fields of research, human rights and legal aid organizations, the private sector and workers’ organizations.
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We encourage all participants to register to the new Fair Recruitment Knowledge Hub, where you can learn more on this topic: https://www.fairrecruitmenthub.org/