Graduate Student Panel: Transnational Perspectives on Domestic Labor Organizing
The Rutgers-Newark Center for Migration and the Global City, the Department of Political Science and the Law School present a graduate student forum:
"Transnational Perspectives on Domestic Labor Organizing"
When: Wednesday, January 29, 2:30-4:00
Where: The Paul Robeson Gallery in the Paul Robeson Campus Center
350 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Newark, NJ
Lisa-Marie Heimeshoff (Politics of Labor Migration at University of Kassel)
“Decent Work for Domestic Workers: Transnational Organizing and ILO
Christina Lewis (Rutgers School of Law-Newark)
“Domestic Workers and Human Trafficking”
Shana Russell (Rutgers-Newark Graduate Program in American Studies)
"It's Our Duty to Fight, It's Our Duty to Win: The Struggle for Domestic Worker Rights in the U.S."
This event is free and open to the public.
- Mon. May. 5: Regular Classes End
- Wed. May. 7: Reading Period Ends
- Thu. May. 8: Spring Exams Begin
- Wed. May. 14: Spring Exams End