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CSW63: The Rights of Domestic Workers across Latin America and the Caribbean: Advances and Challenges Following the Adoption of ILO Convention 189
by IDWFED published Mar 10, 2019 last modified Oct 31, 2019 06:43 PM — filed under:
Argentina, Ecuador, Uruguay, the International Domestic Workers Federation, CARE and UN Women will host an interactive panel to showcase means and public policies to advance the rights of domestic workers in Latin America and the Caribbean.
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CSW63: Screening of Roma
by IDWFED published Mar 10, 2019 last modified Oct 31, 2019 06:42 PM — filed under:
On 12 March 2019, the International Domestic Workers Federation and the National Domestic Workers Alliance, along with co-hosts the Ford Foundation and Open Society Foundations, will host a screening of ROMA. The screening will be preceded by a reception and short panel discussion with domestic worker leaders from around the world about the resonant power of the film, and opportunities to join in their fight to win new protections for this long-invisible workforce.
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CSW59: The Voice of Domestic Workers Critical to the Post-2015 Development Agenda
by IDWFINFO published Mar 10, 2015 last modified Oct 31, 2019 06:47 PM — filed under:
The International Domestic Workers Federation (IDWF) represented by Elizabeth Tang, General Secretary, Ernestina Ochoa, Vice-president and Shirley Pryce, Executive Committee is in New York this week to take part in this the post-2015 development agenda process. It is critical that domestic workers' voices are heard and more importantly, that the post-2015 development agenda reflects the commitment of governments to end the situation of poverty for millions of domestic workers.
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CSW59: IDWF Presents at UN on Organizing for Women Migrants' Rights
by IDWFED published Mar 11, 2015 last modified Oct 31, 2019 06:47 PM — filed under:
Historic Gathering Expected to Set Global Women’s Agenda for Next Twenty Years
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CSW59: The conversations on paid and unpaid care work
by IDWFED published Mar 09, 2015 last modified Oct 31, 2019 06:47 PM — filed under:
Interactions is at the UN Commission on the Status of Women from 9 to 20 March 2015. We are following the conversation on paid and unpaid care work.
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CSW59: Events with the IDWF
by IDWFED published Mar 10, 2015 last modified Oct 31, 2019 06:47 PM — filed under:
CSW59 Events with the International Domestic Workers Federation
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CSW59: Women's Economic Empowerment and Labor Rights
by IDWFED published Mar 11, 2015 last modified Oct 31, 2019 06:47 PM — filed under:
From domestic workers to factory workers, women are fighting for fair wages and working conditions, equal job opportunities, freedom from sexual harassment and other forms of gender-based violence, and social protections for all workers.
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Story object code CSW59: Elizabeth Tang talks about protection of domestic workers' rights with United Nations Radio
by IDWFED published Mar 13, 2015 last modified Oct 31, 2019 06:47 PM — filed under:
An interview report in Chinese by United Nations Radio with Elizabeth Tang, IDWF General Secretary.
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Story text/texmacs CSW59: Domestic Workers should enjoy basic rights
by IDWFED published Mar 19, 2015 last modified Oct 31, 2019 06:45 PM — filed under:
Elizabeth Tang, IDWF General Secretary shared her reasons of going to the CSW in a short interview video.
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Story CSW60: Domestic work is the work that makes all other work possible, says Allison Julien
by IDWFED published Mar 16, 2016 last modified Oct 31, 2019 06:45 PM — filed under:
On March 16, Allison Julien, a domestic worker, gave public comment at the UN Secretary-General’s High-Level Panel on Women’s Economic Empowerment during the Commission on the Status of Women. She was unable to complete her statement, despite being the only worker to provide comment. Here is her complete statement. You can watch the full discussion, including Allison’s statement around minute 50 here.
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