Migrant-Rights.org engages non-traditional stakeholders; primarily employers of MDWs. Employer advocacy and outreach initiatives enable a balanced approach, taking into account the views and experiences of employers and use the same medium to influence positive changes in the employment relationship. Other non-traditional stakeholders include businesses and embassies (as employers of migrant domestic workers).
Domestic Workers: Reports
Challenging the monopoly of live-in domestic work
What are the viable alternatives to this prevalent model?
How Companies can use their Leverage to Protect Migrant Domestic Workers
Businesses that employ a large number of senior executives (who employ DWs) have to play a part.