Justice for Domestic Workers 4th year Anniversary, Panel Discussion with IHR's Dr Virginia Mantouvalou
22 March 2013
On Sunday 17 March, the organization Justice for Domestic Workers celebrated its 4th year anniversary and International Women’s Day. The events included a documentary, presentations by migrant domestic workers, and a panel discussion with Dr Virginia Mantouvalou (UCL, Laws), Jamilla Duncan-Bosu (Islington Law Centre) and Catherine Kenny (Kalayaan). It was followed by writing a letter to MPs, as part of a campaign that will be launched to change the regime of the Overseas Domestic Workers’ Visa.
- V Mantouvalou, ‘Human Rights for Domestic Workers: The Legislative Precariousness of Domestic Labor’, (2012) 34 Comparative Labor Law and Policy Journal 133-166
- V Mantouvalou, ‘What is Modern Slavery?’, UCL Lunch Hour Lecture
- V Mantouvalou, ‘The ILO Convention on Domestic Workers: From the Shadows to the Light’ (with Einat Albin), (2012) 41 Industrial Law Journal 67-78