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Resource Planning for Success: a Manual for domestic workers and their organizations
by IDWFED published Sep 12, 2017 last modified Jun 14, 2018 05:36 PM — filed under:
This manual will inspire domestic workers, their organizations, and their supporters to build strong organizations of domestic workers. As it is only through organizing and collective action in the labour, economic and social spheres that domestic workers will obtain respect and the rights afforded to other workers to decent jobs that earn a decent living, and to access labour and social protection throughout their lives.
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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 Platform of Demands - Violence and harassment against women and men in the world of work
by IDWFED published May 23, 2018 last modified Jun 02, 2018 10:13 PM — filed under: ,
In this document we set out why domestic workers, our workplace, and clear definitions of who we need protecting from are among the issues that must be specifically included for this new Standard to be effective and bring about significant and lasting change for the better. Only then might domestic workers and indeed other marginalised workers be optimistic that we can provide our highly valuable services in the safe and secure conditions that we deserve and are entitled to.
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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 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 2018 - United, Strong & Growing
by IDWFED published May 31, 2019 last modified Oct 31, 2019 05:26 PM — filed under:
IDWF has now established itself as an essential organization—based on the ideas, life experiences and leadership of domestic workers worldwide.
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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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Resource ECMAScript program IDWF Policy Brief: The Impacts of COVID-19 on Domestic Workers and Policy Responses
by IDWFED published May 01, 2020 last modified Oct 11, 2020 09:26 PM — filed under:
The Domestic Work Policy Brief aims to put the voice of domestic workers (DWs) at the centre and the forefront of their movement. As IDWF has multiple affiliates around the globe, who are domestic workers’ organizations and unions fighting their daily battles for decent work, we use this space to showcase their voice and their advocacy efforts.
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Resource Octet Stream Gender-based violence and harassment against domestic workers : Case stories from Asia
by IDWFED published Jul 22, 2020 last modified Jul 22, 2020 03:13 PM — filed under:
Gender-based violence has been a silent killer of many domestic workers around the world as we are scared to speak out, afraid of losing our jobs. We need to lift our voices to stop this abuse.” - Myrtle Witbooi, President, IDWF
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