Voice of Domestic Workers are a self-organised network and campaigning group calling for justice and rights for Britain’s sixteen thousand migrant domestic workers. The Voice of Domestic Workers provide educational and community activities for domestic workers – including English language lessons, drama and art classes, and employment advice, and mount rescues for domestic workers stuck with abusive employers.​ Their work seeks to end discrimination and protect migrant domestic workers living in the UK by providing or assisting in the provision of education, training, healthcare and legal advice.

Since October 2018 the spaces at Cubitt have been made available to support the group’s ongoing work and collaborations with cultural workers, educators and activists. Sharing space has also been the grounds for developing forms of solidarity and knowledge exchange in relation to work, education, precarity and collective organising. The Voice of Domestic Workers exhibition Domestic Work is Work have been a part of Louise Shelley’s Curatorial Fellowship programme Structures That Cooperate at Cubitt

The Voice of Domestic Workers recognises that it needs support from other organisations and hence its close and complementary working relationships with Kalayaan, Anti-slavery International and Unite the Union. Gradually the organisation has built up links with others, namely The Showroom, Migrant and Refugee Communities Forum (MRCF) , Migrant Rights Network (MRN), Anti Slavery International (ASI), Evelyn Oldfield Unite, Tate Modern, Amnesty International, Christian Aid, London Citizens and with the Respect Network in Europe.

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