The Domestic Workers Rights Network-DWRN, Bangladesh organised a Gathering and Rally of domestic workers on May Day 2016 in front of National Press Club, Dhaka.
Domestic workers from around the world on May Day 2016!
This mornng CDWN join Campaing with Soridarity house Particpaint 1500 We need Labour law and social Protection and Trand Union law to all the Justice all Workers in Cambodia
HUN organized Rally program on the eve of International May Day, four hundred members of HUN were participated in the rally, they were specially from domestic workers.
Demanding dignity for domestic workers and all workers on May Day!
Bangladesh: the government has initiative to bring domestic workers under labour code, Minister Menon said— by Fish Ip — last modified May 03, 2016 06:10 PM
Minister Rashed Khan Menon joined domestic workers on May Day. He said that the government has taken the initiative to bring the country's 14 million domestic workers under labor law.
A letter was delivered to the Minister of Labour, Errol McLeod, by Ida Le Blanc, General Secretary of the National Union of Domestic Employees (NUDE) on May Day 2014, during the picket of the office of the Minister Of Labour organized by the National Workers Union.
Domestic Workers in Hong Kong ask for change on the International Workers' Day. Check out what they are trying to say!
Our affiliate, Network of Thai Domestic Workers, they are calling for the ratification of C189 on the International Workers' Day!
IDWF affiliate, ASTRADOMES from Costa Rica, in the 2014 May Day march.
SINED union in Mozambique marching during the May day. Main theme was campaign for ratification of C189.
More than half of all work carried out by the world's population is domestic care work. So this International Workers Day on 1 May, maybe it's a good time to ask: why do domestic workers have so few rights? And why is no one speaking up about it?
Hong Kong Federation of Asian Domestic Workers' Unions (FADWU), as one of the important labour force in Hong Kong, joins May Day Rally today and hopes to convey a message that, no matter migrant workers and local workers, should be treated with justice and equal rights.
CONLACTRAHO, the regional organization of domestic workers organizations in Latin America and the Caribbeans held its 6th Congress in Mexico City on May 1 – 5, 2012. It concluded by adopting a 4-year Action Plan and elected a new leadership.
On May Day unions, non-governmental organizations and religious groups worldwide called on their governments to ratify the ILO Convention 189 on Decent Work for Domestic Workers.
The secretariat of the Latin American and Caribbean Confederation of Domestic Workers (CONLACTRAHO) has the honor to invite to participate in the “6th Congress and Regional Seminar”, which will be carried out from the 1 to the 5 of May 2012 in Mexico.
Every year on May Day, domestic workers join HKCUT rally. 2011 May day is a special May Day for us. One month later, member states of International Labour Organization (ILO) will vote at the 100th session of International Labour Conference on the adoption of an ILO convention on domestic workers. This will be the first time that domestic workers are declared internationally as workers. We should enjoy labour rights and should be treated equally with other workers.
On May 1 women workers in the Americas mobilized to demand from governments and business the responses needed to assure passage of the new agreement “Decent Work for Domestic Workers” at the next International Labour Conference.
“We are not begging for special treatment. We, domestic workers, are claiming our basic rights. We are demanding equal treatment and proper recognition as workers and members of society. We will continue to fight abuses and exploitation. We want freedom from slavery.” - Sringatin, Chairperson, Federation of Asian Domestic Workers’ Union (FADWU, Hong Kong)