Care workers calling on the Federal government for FULL and PERMANENT immigration #StatusForAll!
Behind Closed Doors: Exposing Migrant Care Worker Exploitation During COVID-19
Migrant care workers across Canada released a report and this video on Oct 28 to share stories of abuse and their call for change.
These are Care Workers like you speaking out about their experiences! As Care Worker Leader Mariyah says,
"Let’s come out with care workers so we can have a strong voice to push the government for our rights to getting our immigration status and bringing our families! "
Watch, read and take action when we launch: www.MigrantRights.ca/BehindClosedDoors.
JOIN US FOR A DAY OF ACTION FOR STATUS FOR ALL ON NOVEMBER 1st: https://www.facebook.com/events/1025481547913684
ADD YOUR VOICE: www.StatusforAll.ca
Authored by Caregivers Action Centre (CAC), Vancouver Committee for Domestic Worker and Caregiver Rights (VCDWCR), Caregiver Connection Education and Support Organization (CCESO), and Migrant Workers Alliance for Change (MWAC), the report is endorsed by Alberta Careworkers Association, PINAY Quebec, Migrante Canada, Migrante Alberta, and Association for the Rights of Household and Farm Workers (ADDPD/ARHW). A joint project of the Landed Status Now Working Group of Migrant Rights Network.
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Care Work Stories
CARE WORK STORIES: DIGITAL EDITION
SUNDAY JUNE 21, 2020
2:00 PM - 3:15 PM EST
A discussion with Filipino Care Workers and allies to explore their long history fighting for (and winning) human rights in Canada. Register online at https://rb.gy/nsujtc
Migrant Care Workers are more than the "care" they provide to children, the elderly and our most vulnerable family members. Their stories are complex and as varied as the people who live them - past and present.
Kwentong Bayan Collective hosts a discussion with Filipino Care Workers and allies to explore their long history fighting for (and winning) human rights in Canada. We will learn about the recent movement that boldly calls for "Full Immigration Status for All".
We will meet artists who support migrant communities to tell their stories. And listen to the personal stories of Migrant Care Workers whose labour is currently keeping communities safe during COVID-19.
Digital Literacy for Migrant Workers
* Smartphones - apps, changing settings, security issues and other troubleshooting issues
* How to write resume on Word or alternative free doc programs
* Staying safe online and on social media
* Setting up basic websites and designing flyers
* Using collaborative applications
* Connecting Bluetooth devices
* Uploading media to the cloud like photos or contact information
* How to locate your phone if it gets lost
* Laptop support - updating your OS, accessing VPN, anti-virus support
We’ll cover these topics and more!
This free event is designed for the Migrant Care Workers / Caregiver community. Registration is required. For more information, contact CCESO.
ACCESS INFO: Parkdale Project Read is accessible to people using wheelchairs, scooters, and other mobility devices. Front door equipped with access ramp and power-assist button. No stairs. Gender-inclusive and accessible bathroom is equipped with assist bar. Please come scent/fragrance free.
Light Refreshments provided. On-site child minding support available.
Please join us for Re-Imagining Stories of Care Work - a collaborative storytelling and audio-visual art performance about the invaluable contributions of migrant caregivers to Canada’s social, economic, and political past, present and future.
Collaborative storytelling by Caregiver Connections, Education & Support Organization (CCESO) and audio-visual art performance by Kwentong Bayan Collective. With support from Karen Ancheta, Storyteller/Facilitator and Leon Aureaus, Artistic Director, Carlos Bulosan Theatre. Presented by the Myseum Intersections Festival.
Sunday March 10, 2019
Stories of Care Work Performance: 1-3 PM
Stories of Care Work Reception: 3-4 PM
24 Spadina Rd, Toronto, ON M5R 2S7
Closest Accessible subway is SPADINA.
FREE EVENT. Donations accepted.
Limited seating, please RSVP via Eventbrite:
Barrier free venue with seating area available for people in wheelchairs or with disabilities upon request. Washrooms are accessible. If you have any additional requirements or need additional assistance, please email Myseum at: email@example.com and we will do our best to accommodate.
From Spadina Station. Go north on Spadina Road to the next intersection on Lowther Avenue. Spadina Theatre is on the west side of the street. Use lower entrance with wheelchair access ramp.
There are several public parking lots close by, including:
Green P Parking, Carpark 231, at 19 Spadina Road and on-street parking all around.
Re-Imagining Stories of Care Work is part of Myseum Intersections, an annual festival that explores intersectional perspectives of Toronto through FREE collaborative exhibits, events, workshops, and tours.
Check out the full program at: http://www.myseumoftoronto.com/program/myseum-intersections/
Please note that there will be photography taken at this event.
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Human Rights & Leadership Program 2018
Caregiver Connections, Education & Support Organization (CCESO) presents:
Human Rights and Leadership Program 2018
A FREE full-day education program for current and past Caregivers
Workshop topics include:
NEW DATES: 8 Sundays from October 14 to November 2, 2018 from 10 am to 4 pmat George Brown College, 200 King St. East, Room to be confirmed.Graduation Celebration on Sunday December 2For more information, contact Martha Ocampo.
This free educational program is offered by CCESO in partnership with the Community Partnership Office & Community Worker Program at George Brown College (GBC). Participants will earn a certificate from GBC and CCESO.
CPR Training 2018
A Cardio-pulmonary Resuscitation Course Level-C Certification (3 years validity) through the Canadian Red Cross. Presented by Caregiver Connections, Education and Support Organization (CCESO) in cooperation with Parkdale Project Read (PPR).
This CPR Training will include:
- Breathing Emergencies
- Learning to Respond to Asthma
- Anaphylactic Shock
- CPR for Adult, Child, Baby
- AED training
- Choking (Adult, Child, Baby)
- Drainage and Recovery Positions
Date: Sunday September 30, 2018
Time: 10 AM to 5 PM
Place: PPR, 1209 King Street West, Unit 2
Cost: $73.45/participant ($65 + HST)
Limited Spots available
To register, email, Ms. Marlyn
Human Rights & Leadership Program 2017