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Resource object code NUDE report on ILC 2009 and Domestic Workers in Trinidad and Tobago
by IDWFED published Jun 23, 2009 last modified Jun 10, 2019 03:36 PM — filed under:
Ida Le Blanc, general secretary of the National Union of Domestic Employees (NUDE), attended the International Labor Organization Conference in Geneva in June, 2009 and submitted a report.
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Resource World of Work magazine: Violence at work
by IDWFED published May 24, 2018 last modified Jun 10, 2019 03:34 PM — filed under: ,
Special 2018 issue - This year’s edition of the World of Work magazine highlights the themes discussed by the ILO’s 107th International Labour Conference (ILC).
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Resource Troff document Gender-Based Violence in Paid Domestic Work in Latin America and the Caribbean: Experiences, Voices, Actions and Recommendations of Workers' Organizations to Eliminate It
by IDWFED published Apr 30, 2019 last modified Feb 10, 2020 05:32 PM — filed under: , ,
This research has as its first objective to reveal the best practices and progressive legislative frameworks in the matter of prevention and protection from harassment and gender-based violence in the world of work after the voices of the DW.
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Story ILO adopts new Protocol to tackle modern forms of forced labour
by IDWFED published Jun 11, 2014 last modified Jun 10, 2019 03:34 PM — filed under:
The International Labour Organization (ILO) has adopted a new legally binding Protocol designed to strengthen global efforts to eliminate forced labour. The Protocol, supported by a Recommendation, was adopted by government, employer and worker delegates to the International Labour Conference (ILC) with 437 votes for 27 abstentions and 8 against.
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Story Forced labour laws need more than lip service to be effective
by IDWFED published May 29, 2014 last modified Jun 10, 2019 03:36 PM — filed under:
In 1930, the International Labour Organisation (ILO) established a Forced Labour Convention, an attempt to address such practices in what was then still a colonial world. Over the decades the manifestations of forced labour have changed, whereas international law has remains rooted in the past. Beginning this week, and running until 12 June, the International Labour Conference (ILC) is meeting to try to address the gaps in the convention that have emerged over the past 80 years. The conference represents an opportunity to advance the eradication of forced labour, updating legislation in the areas of prevention, victim protection and compensation, and including new forms of forced labour such as trafficking.
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Story C source code USA: AFL-CIO Partners with Domestic Workers Alliance - Call for Domestic Worker Representatives at ILC
by IDWFED published May 10, 2011 last modified Jun 10, 2019 03:33 PM — filed under:
In a historic move, the AFL-CIO signed a new partnership agreement with the National Domestic Workers Alliance.
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Story Global: Myrtle Witbooi, IDWF President, speaks at the ILC 2014 on May 29
by IDWFED published May 29, 2014 last modified Jun 10, 2019 03:32 PM — filed under:
Myrtle Witbooi, IDWF President, speaks at the ILC 2014 on May 29
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Story Global: Myrtle Witbooi speaks at the Standards Committee, ILC 2014
by IDWFED published Jun 03, 2014 last modified Jun 10, 2019 03:32 PM — filed under:
Myrtle Witbooi, IDWF President, speaks at the Standards Committee, ILC 2014 on June 3
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