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A passport to worker and union rights in South Africa

30 January, 2017
A passport to worker and union rights in South Africa
The passport for worker and union rights in South Africa has been developed by PSI and its affiliated trade unions in order to provide migrant workers with essential information related to their rights, recruitment, documentation and employment before they migrate to South Africa. It also covers those migrant workers already working in the country.

PSI unions believe that access to such information is critical in promoting decent work and social protection for migrant workers in the public services while promoting access to quality public services for all.

Together with this passport, PSI also has a toolkit entitled Migration and Women Health and Social Service Workers in South Africa: Pre-Decision and Information Kit.

Download the passport here (.pdf)


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