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Story Malaysia: Chronicles of My Geneva Experience at the 107th International Labour Conference
by IDWFED published Jul 16, 2018 last modified Aug 05, 2018 06:28 PM — filed under:
By Liezl Galdo - Head of the Organizing Committee of AMMPO, a Filipino migrant domestic workers in Malaysia
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Story Global: 2018 June 16 - Support ILO Convention to Stop Gender-based Violence - Equal Rights, Respect & Justice for Domestic Workers
by IDWFED published Jun 16, 2018 last modified Jun 21, 2018 06:32 PM — filed under: ,
Everyone, including governments and employers in our communities need to know this process and be supportive of our call. A workplace which is free of abuse and violence is good for everyone.
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Story Italy: Stop violence at work - Filcams supports the campaign for the ILO Convention
by IDWFED published Jun 15, 2018 last modified Jun 16, 2018 03:41 PM — filed under: ,
On the International Domestic Workers' Day, Filcams Cgil Nazionale supports the #StopGBVatWork campaign against violence at work and gender harassment.
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Story ILC107: ILC delegates agreed the future instrument should be a Convention, supplemented by a Recommendation
by IDWFED published Jun 08, 2018 last modified Jun 10, 2019 03:34 PM — filed under: ,
Wrapping up their annual meeting in Geneva, members of the International Labour Organisation agreed on the need to "adopt standards on violence and harassment in the world of work".
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Story ILC107: We continue to fight with alongside our partners and allies in unity and solidarity
by IDWFED published May 31, 2018 last modified Jun 02, 2018 10:01 PM — filed under:
We all know well that domestic workers and other workers in the informal sector are subjected to violence and harassment because of lack of protective measures that renders them vulnerable and unprotected. The following days will be fundamental, and the battle of the amendments is already under way.
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Story ILC107: Let 2018 be the start of freedom from abuse for domestic workers!
by IDWFED published May 31, 2018 last modified Jun 10, 2019 03:32 PM — filed under: ,
Speech of Myrtle Witbooi, IDWF President, at the ILC 2018 plenary.
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Story Octet Stream Switzerland: IDWF delegation at the International Labour Conference in Geneva
by IDWFED published May 28, 2018 last modified Jun 02, 2018 09:48 PM — filed under:
Domestic workers are ready to fight for an instrument that gives them the voice and freedom they deserve.
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Story Switzerland: The International Domestic Workers Federation is back at the International Labour Conference - Support ILO Convention Stop Gender-based Violence
by IDWFED published May 28, 2018 last modified May 31, 2018 05:03 PM — filed under:
“We, domestic workers are back again, this time for another ILO Convention to protect us against violence and harassment in the workplace. The invisible violence that we must bear in our work places as women and as workers is one of the most pervasive injustices inflicted into our sector but we are here to make sure this will come to an end”, said Myrtle Witbooi.
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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 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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