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Guatemala: Sindicato de Trabajadoras Domesticas Similar y a Cuenta Propia (SITRADOMSA)

by IDWFED published Oct 01, 2017 12:00 AM
To be a women's union widely recognized at national and international level, which promotes the respect of the human and labor rights of domestic workers for the improvement of the quality of working life.
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Objectives

OBJECTIVE:

  • To unify all workers in the labor union, similar to the country's own account, to study or improve the defense and protection of the common social, cultural and educational interests of their affiliations through cooperation and coordination of their activities within the organization.
  • To carry out actions of all kinds in order to promote the improvement and improvement of its affiliates and the people in accordance with the human dignity of women, men and minors.
  • To develop training, training and awareness activities through courses, seminars, panels and other conferences, on issues of trade union organization with a gender perspective and with democratic participation. Promote women's trade union participation within the coordinations that facilitate it by promoting workshops, forums or seminars of training and union training in which it should be developed in Avilés hours as measures to facilitate the assistance of women.

THE MISSION:

  • To consolidate the SITRADOMSA similar and self-employed domestic workers' union with the purpose that the affiliates know and assert their right to raise and position complaints and violations of the human and labor rights of domestic workers.

THE VISION:

  • To be a women's union widely recognized at national and international level, which promotes the respect of the human and labor rights of domestic workers for the improvement of the quality of working life.

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