Evidence-based learning on effective remedy for migrant workers in the labour migration policies in Mauritius
  • Review and present the state and non-state protection mechanisms that exist for migrant workers in Mauritius

  • Present evidence and gender sensitive data collected from study to showcase learning and best practice regarding access to remedy in Mauritius

    Make gender sentistive recommendations for improved national cooperation and collaboration between and with the Government of Mauritius, employers, brands and other sectors, trade unions and non-governmental agencies operating in Mauritius that would increase fair and responsive access to remedy for migrant workers working in Mauritius.

International Institutions / Multilateral Development Cooperations
Anti-Slavery International
  • Economy, Employment & TVET
  • Justice

  • Advice, technical support and counselling
  • Research and studies

  • 07. Projects and programmes of international development cooperation
  • 08. Gender issues
  • 16. Community development – Special interest groups

07.b. System-based context analysis – base line studies
08.b. Fostering gender equality – gender equality assessments
16.c. Fostering equal opportunities for and empowerment of minorities, underprivileged interest groups
  • Namratha Ramanan
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