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Story Malaysia: Reject Court’s Decision to Drop Murder Charge against Adelina Sau’s Employer
by IDWFED published Apr 19, 2019 last modified May 05, 2019 04:54 PM — filed under:
Approaching the International Labour Day on May 1st, the Indonesia-Malaysian civil society coalition believes that both countries must enact a law to bring an end to the acts of violence, persecution and torture.
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Story Global: For an ILO Convention Ending Violence and Harassment in the World of Work
by IDWFED published Mar 08, 2019 last modified Mar 08, 2019 10:20 PM — filed under: ,
On the International Women's Day 2019, a letter from the IDWF President and General Secretary addressing the coming key actions on the ILO Convention Ending Violence and Harassment in the World of Work.
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Story India: NPDW Signature Campaign for the cause of domestic workers
by IDWFED published Aug 01, 2018 last modified Aug 02, 2018 06:07 PM — filed under:
NPDW is calling for endorsement of the Signature Campaign for the cause of domestic workers.
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Story Troff document Open letter to President Duterte: To investigate now!
by IDWFED published Oct 19, 2018 last modified Oct 20, 2018 03:13 PM — filed under:
On October 16, 2018, a volunteer of the Sandigan network was aggressively threatened (“mugged”) by a group of Filipino nationals occupying the security booths on the premises of the Embassy of the Philippines. He has reported the incident to the Kuwaiti police. We strongly urge you to immediately conduct an in-depth and thorough investigation into the allegations.
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Story Honduras: Justice for Maribel! Stop Violence against Domestic Workers!
by IDWFED published Aug 21, 2018 last modified Aug 23, 2018 11:53 AM — filed under: ,
"We demand that states put an end to these precarious working conditions where violence and discrimination are perpetuated by historical social inequalities. We ask for justice to the feminicide of Maribel Flores."
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Story Belgium: "We won't give up!" Fighting for wage increase for domestic workers
by IDWFED published Nov 28, 2019 last modified Nov 28, 2019 05:58 PM — filed under:
Support domestic workers in Belgium for fighting wage increase!
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Story Octet Stream Lebanon: Join IDWF and ARM in calling for Justice for Shamila
by IDWFED published Jul 10, 2018 last modified Jul 11, 2018 06:04 PM — filed under:
Following the racist mob assault of two Kenyan women migrant workers in Beirut, the Lebanese government threatened to deport one of the women, Shamila.
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Story chemical/x-pdb Hong Kong: Petition - Stand with Yuli! Fight against abusive detainment!
by IDWFED published Dec 06, 2019 last modified Dec 06, 2019 03:28 PM — filed under:
Join the petition to support Yuli!
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India: NDWM online campaign to stop the amendment of Child Labour Law
by IDWFED published Jun 12, 2015 last modified Oct 17, 2015 09:29 PM — filed under:
On World Day against Child Labour National Domestic Workers Movement (NDWM) is starting an online campaign to seek public support to ban child labor to appeal to the Government to stop the amendment of Child Labour Law to allow children below 14 to help the family based business.
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India: Petition call to ensure justice for human and labour rights violations against Nepali domestic workers by Saudi diplomat
by IDWFED published Sep 15, 2015 last modified Nov 13, 2015 02:50 PM — filed under:
The recent rescue of two Nepali domestic workers from the residence of a Saudi diplomat has again highlighted the human rights abuse and labour rights violation domestic workers face. In light of the gruesome sexual and physical violence reported in the matter, it is crucial that the diplomat and other perpetrators be investigated and prosecuted. The diplomatic immunity being used to shield the diplomat, should not be extended in light of the grave offences committed- the spirit of the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations, 1961, the instrument granting immunity, goes against such condonation. The Indian government must also bring a statutory framework for domestic workers to curb such abuse.
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