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Document on the launch of the Caribbean Domestic Workers' Network

Document on the launch of the Caribbean Domestic Workers' Network

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by IDWFED published Nov 14, 2011 12:00 AM
Contributors: Caribbean Domestic Workers' Network (CDWN)
The launch of The Caribbean Domestic Workers Network came out of a two-day meeting, 13-14 November 2011 at the Barbados Workers’ Union Labour College, and builds on the determined efforts of the National Union of Domestic Employees (NUDE) of Trinidad and Tobago and the Jamaica Household Workers’ Association (JHWA) who have long lobbied for a comprehensive improvement in the treatment of domestic workers.

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The launch of The Caribbean Domestic Workers Network came out of a two-day meeting, 13-14 November 2011 at the Barbados Workers’ Union Labour College, and builds on the determined efforts of the National Union of Domestic Employees (NUDE) of Trinidad and Tobago and the Jamaica Household Workers’ Association (JHWA) who have long lobbied for a comprehensive improvement in the treatment of domestic workers.

This document covers:

  • Welcoming remarks of Ms Ida Le Blanc, IDWN Regional Coordinator Caribbean
  • Presentation by Ms. Shirley Pryce, President, Jamaica Household Workers Association
  • Concluding Statement on the Launch of the Caribbean Domestic Workers Network by Co-convener Ms Ida Le Blanc
  • Press Release
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