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 Documentary film on C189 by the IDWN

Documentary film on C189 by the IDWN

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by IDWFED published Mar 22, 2012 12:00 AM
The IDWN just released a documentary film that illustrates how women from around the world organized within the International Labour Organization to establish the first global standards on Decent Work for Domestic Workers Convention.

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The IDWN just released a documentary film that illustrates how women from around the world organized within the International Labour Organization to establish the first global standards on Decent Work for Domestic Workers Convention. C189: Conventional Wisdom captures in-depth footage from the 2010 and 2011 International Labour Conferences to illustrate the unique strategies domestic worker organizations utilized to assure the adoption of Convention 189. Highlights of the film include behind-the-scenes moments from within the International Labour Conference meetings in Geneva, reflections from leaders of the IDWN and the ILO, and interviews with advocates from a series of allied organizations.

This documentary film was produced by Sisi Sojourner Productions, in affiliation with Old Dominion University, Women in Informal Employment: Globalizing and Organizing (WIEGO) and the International Union of Food Workers.

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C189: Conventional Wisdom TRAILER from Sisi Sojourner Productions on Vimeo.

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C189: Conventional Wisdom SHORT VERSION from Sisi Sojourner Productions on Vimeo.

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