Caring About the Rights of Those Who Work at their Employer’s Place of Residence

Household and farm workers have been for centuries, and still are, vital elements of societies, both in urban and rural areas. However, part of them are still imposed by the government an employer-tied legal status and work authorization. Through research, education and its legal action BREAK THE CHAINS, the ARHW fights for the abolition of all employer-tying policies and other state restrictions of (migrant) household and farm workers’ fundamental rights.