Domestic worker and founding member of The Voice of Domestic Workers, Marrisa campaigns for justice and rights for Britain’s migrant domestic workers. She helps them to flee abusive families and find safety.Modern Slavery
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The invisible workforce: My fight for migrant Domestic Workers in the UK
“We are weak as individuals, stronger as a collective.”
Domestic workers are undervalued by society, but Marissa sees them as the ‘fuel of the economy’ and wants them to be recognised as such. Marissa shares her journey as a domestic worker, the challenges that changes to government policy have had on the women she seeks to support, and her fight to ensure that domestic workers are recognised as workers.