Migrant Farm Labour: Harvesting Resistance in Canada and the Caribbean

Event Date(s): 22/04/2021

Location: Online

The Department of Behavioural Sciences in collaboration with Justice 4 Migrant Workers (J4MW), J4MW-Windsor Law Migrant Farm Worker Legal Clinic at the University of Windsor and Industrial Accident Victims Group Legal Clinic (IAVGO) will host a webinar titled Migrant Farm Labour: Harvesting Resistance in Canada and The Caribbean on Thursday, April 22, starting at 5 p.m. Presenters from various countries who have been migrant farmworkers in Canada will share their stories and perspectives based on their experiences. This discussion promises to be informative, thought-provoking, and insightful. For more information contact  Rachel.D'Arceuil@sta.uwi.edu

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  • Gina Bahiwal (Graduate of Social Work in the Philippines) 
  • Clinton John (Canadian Farm Worker for 12 years – Trinidad and Tobago) 
  • Gabriel Allahdua (former migrant farmworker, Organizer with the collective Justice for Migrant Workers). 
  • Carlous Burrell (former migrant farmworker and member of Justice for Migrant Workers). 
  • Tracey-Ann Hines (former migrant farmworker & Member of Justice for Migrant Workers). 

Moderators: Moilene Samuels (Community/social service worker, BSW student at Ryerson University-Continuing Education Programme) and Chris Ramsaroop, Organizer, with Justicia for Migrant Workers, Instructor for Caribbean Studies, University of Toronto. 


Open to: | General Public |