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REPORT - The Rights of Domestic Workers: Chances and Challenges for International and National Advocacy Work and Networking

REPORT - The Rights of Domestic Workers: Chances and Challenges for International and National Advocacy Work and Networking

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by IDWFED published Jun 07, 2010 12:00 AM
Contributors: German Commission for Justice and Peace/Kolping International, CCIG, MFA
During the 2010 International Labour Conference, the IDWN participated in a 'side-event' with the German Commission for Justice and Peace/Kolping International, International Catholic Center of Geneva (CCIG), Migrant Forum in Asia (MFA), Caritas Internationalis, and the International Catholic Migration Commission. They produced Reports on the Rights of Domestic Workers.

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Interview, Panel, Presentation

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TABLE  OF CONTENT

1. Programme
2. Welcome Remark
3. Presentation
4. General Debate and Discussion
5. Concluding Remarks and Follow up

Annexes:
I. Proposed conclusions of the Committee on the Decent Work of Domestic Workers.
II. Toward a Convention on the Decent Work on Domestic Workers: ILO Process and Timetable.
III. Statement by H.E. Archbishop Silvano M. Tomasi, Permanent Representative of the Holy See to the United Nations and Other International Organisations in Geneva at the 99th Session of the International Labor Conference.
IV. Useful links.

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