Justine D'Souza

Justine D'Souza

Justine D'Souza graduated from Rutgers University with a major in French and minors in Planning and Public Policy, International Business and Political Economy, and Organizational Leadership. Her French language thesis on child domestic servitude and "le confiage" won High Honors, and she has taken graduate courses on International and Community Development. Her areas of interest include human rights, especially as they relate to race, gender, human trafficking, and domestic violence. She has taught in both America and France and is passionate about the arts due to her experience singing since the age of 10.
    • The Unexposed Workforce

      According to a 2012 study, the International Labor Organization estimates that “17.2 million children are in paid or unpaid domestic work in the home of a third party or employer.” In Haiti, children work such domestic jobs in a position called “restavek.” The word “restavek” comes from the Créole...
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