Foreign student talks about exploitation, sexism and discrimination

Minimum Series in RNZ
Auckland, September 14, 2018

(The abouve picture, not that of the foreign student, is from the RNZ video)
In the fifth series of ’Minimum,’ a short documentary series about women working for minimum wage, an international student talks about the racism, sexism and abuse she faces in her hospitality job.

(The voice in this video belongs to Ariadne)

The anonymous worker says that she has to try to survive on here earnings from working 20 hours a week on minimum wage, as her student visa does not allow her to work more.
She feels that there is no other option as she can’t go home as she is gay, a dangerous thing to be in her country of birth.
Read about ’Minimum,’ and watch the previous episodes here.
Minimum was produced for RNZ by ‘Notable Pictures,’ with the support of ‘Loading Docs,’ and with funding from NZ On Air.
Indian Newslink has published the above Report and video under a Special Agreement with

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