Experience has proven that building collective strength through organising allows domestic workers and their allies to have a presence at national and international policy-making forums. This, in turn, enables them to affect the drafting of legislation that improves their access to rights, their work and their lives. However, it is the very private nature of domestic work that makes organising in this sector particularly challenging.
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Domestic work must not stand outside of social protection, and domestic workers’ organizing must take
Domestic workers as providers and recipients of care, should have both their labour rights and