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Defend the Right to Work Action Card

December 2017

Defend the right to work and help stop immigration controls from undermining workers' rights. Ask your friends, family, colleagues and fellow trade unionist to sign and send this action card to their MP.  In the wake of Brexit, the call to ‘control our borders’ risks being used to not only restrict freedom of movement but to weaken the rights of migrant workers. 

Only by protecting equal social and labour rights for all workers can we stop a race to the bottom where employers drive down working conditions for everyone.

Download the latest Stand With Migrant Workers action card here and print it yourself or available soon from Order Materials. 

 

R2WActionCard.pdf

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