By: Ellen Wulfhorst
Reuters | August 2018
NEW YORK (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Young women recruited to the United States to care for children fall victim to wage theft, abuse and even human trafficking, according to a report published on Monday that called for legal changes to help protect au pairs.
The report called for revamping the au pair system as a work program, not cultural exchange, with stricter oversight, labor law protections and other legal changes.
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