Moriah Shumpert holds an MA with a certification in Women’s Studies from Old Dominion University. She has worked as an organiser and scholar-activist with the South African Domestic Service and Allied Workers Union in South Africa and conducted research on the international movement of domestic workers. Her work is influenced by the legacy of feminist anti-racist and anti-capitalist scholar activism and her applied study of labour, migration, and social movements.
Published in: Beyond Trafficking and SlaveryA win-win scenario? The fight for domestic workers’ rights benefits employers too
Employers can be key actors in the struggle for decent work for domestic workers, and this does not need to be...