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Domestic Workers in the United Republic of Tanzania: Summary of Findings of a Situational Analysis 2013

Domestic Workers in the United Republic of Tanzania: Summary of Findings of a Situational Analysis 2013

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by IDWFED published Feb 27, 2014 12:00 AM
Contributors: ILO
In recognition of the significance of developing a sound knowledge base on domestic work in order to facilitate informed, meaningful policy dialogue, awareness raising and action towards promoting decent work for domestic workers, representatives of employers and workers organizations and representatives of the government, in a tripartite meeting held in May 2012, requested the International Labour Organization (ILO) to conduct a situational analysis of domestic workers in the United Republic of Tanzania.

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In recognition of the significance of developing a sound knowledge base on domestic work in order to facilitate informed, meaningful policy dialogue, awareness raising and action towards promoting decent work for domestic workers, representatives of employers and workers organizations and representatives of the government, in a tripartite meeting held in May 2012, requested the International Labour Organization (ILO) to conduct a situational analysis of domestic workers in the United Republic of Tanzania.

This was accomplished in three stages. The first stage was a comparative legal analysis of the Domestic Workers Convention, 2011 (No. 189) and national laws and regulations. The second stage was a rapid empirical survey of domestic workers while the third stage was a qualitative research on their working conditions. Below is a summary of consolidated findings from all of the three stages.

A detailed report of the situational analysis outlining, among other things, the methodology used in each stage, will be available by December 2014.

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