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Resource Constitution of the IDWF 2019
by IDWFED published May 15, 2019 last modified Jul 11, 2019 06:30 PM — filed under: ,
(updated in November 2018 as approved at the Second Congress)
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Resource IDWF Annual Report 2017 - STRONG, UNITED and GROWING
by IDWFED published May 28, 2018 last modified Jun 12, 2018 09:09 PM — filed under:
There is no stopping us. Let us continue until each and every domestic worker is valued and all of us are free.
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Resource IDWF leaflet 2019: About the IDWF
by IDWFED published Apr 17, 2019 last modified Oct 23, 2019 06:33 PM — filed under:
What it is, What it does, IDWF in brief
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Resource Citrix ICA settings file Resolutions: Adopted by the 2nd IDWF Congress 2018, Cape Town, South Africa
by IDWFED published Feb 13, 2019 last modified Aug 01, 2019 05:01 PM — filed under: ,
The IDWF is a growing movement of domestic workers. The second Congress in Cape Town, South Africa gives us inspiration and renewed energy to fight for our dignity, rights and freedom. Eighteen resolutions have been adopted. They are the goals and the concrete guides for our program of action in the next 5 years.
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Resource IDWF Communication Network – Manual for Registered members & Public users
by IDWFED published Dec 05, 2017 last modified May 23, 2018 06:31 PM — filed under:
This revised manual will teach the basic steps for using the communication network for registered members and non-members.
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Resource IDWF Five Year Action Plan 2014 - 2018
by IDWFED published Oct 28, 2013 last modified Oct 28, 2015 04:02 PM — filed under:
IDWF 5-Year Action Plan for 2014 - 2018
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Resource IDWF Visioning Event: Building a Community of Practice on Domestic Work
by admin published Jul 22, 2014 last modified Sep 09, 2015 06:41 PM — filed under:
The International Domestic Workers Federation (IDWF), in cooperation with the Hong Kong Confederation of Trade Unions (HKCTU) and the International Labour Organization (ILO) organized a visioning event for its members in Hong Kong SAR. These included domestic workers and organizers from Bangladesh, Cambodia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Nepal, Pakistan, the Philippines, Sri Lanka, South Africa, South Korea, Tanzania, and Thailand. The visioning event was organized under the ILO PROMOTE Project ‘Strengthening domestic workers organizations to end child domestic work’ which is supported by the US Department of Labor (DOL).
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Resource Domestic workers of the World Unite - Report of The founding Congress of the IDWF
by admin published May 15, 2014 last modified Feb 21, 2016 11:09 PM — filed under:
The founding Congress of the IDWF Uruguay, October 2013
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Resource Decent work for Domestic Workers in Asia and Pacific - Manual for Trainers
by admin published Oct 08, 2012 last modified May 12, 2015 05:56 PM — filed under:
In this manual published by IDWN and ILO, we present the voices, experiences and visions of domestic workers. It aims to stimulate reflection and discussion on domestic work and how domestic workers and their allies can work together towards realizing their objectives.
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Resource Citrix ICA settings file Domestic Workers Organisations in Africa
by admin published Jun 13, 2012 last modified Feb 21, 2016 11:06 PM — filed under:
The African domestic workers network exists to promote and achieve decent work conditions for domestic workers in the region, in the view of the reality that the conditions of their work are generally characterized by insecurity, abuse and exploitation. The network recognizes the critical importance of unionization as a tool for the better. It therefore seeks to promote such unionization in all countries in the Africa region to consolidate a strong call for social justice in respect of domestic workers.
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