MWC Solidarity Hour series
The MWC "Solidarity Hour" series aims to build capacity in migrant communities and community service organisations to address issues related to labour exploitation among migrant workers.
They are short online sessions facilitated by expert trainers. The sessions include group discussion, Q&A, and hand-out resources.
Victoria's Child Employment Laws
How child employment laws protect children under 15 years of age? What is known as "light work" for a child? How can the Wage Inspectorate help?
This training session is an opportunity to learn about Victoria's child employment laws on employing a child in a family business and other industries, child safe standards, and where to ask for help.
This training is for emerging migrant and refugee community leaders, activists and volunteers, bicultural workers, and community service providers assisting migrant workers and their community members who have a child under 15 working in a family business and other industries.
Wage Inspectorate Victoria
- Jessica Downey (Acting Director, Child Employment Compliance & Enforcement)
- Nary Tauliili (Acting Assistant Director, Child Employment Investigations & Enforcement)
- Kristy Shadbolt (Senior Engagement & Education Strategist)
Migrant Workers Centre
- Florence Dato (Community Organiser)