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HUMAN RIGHTS AT WORK - About the ILO and International Labor Law (Swedish only)

HUMAN RIGHTS AT WORK - About the ILO and International Labor Law (Swedish only)

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by IDWFED published Mar 04, 2016 12:00 AM
Contributors: Union to Union
"Domestic workers are one of the world's largest professional groups."

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In this publication "HUMAN RIGHTS AT WORK - About the ILO and International Labor Law" by Union to Union, there is a description about domestic workers (on page 9):

"In June 2011, the ILO Convention 189, which recognizes domestic workers' status as workers. It has been a big victory for domestic workers, which are one of the world's largest professional groups. Myrtle Witbooi and Vicky Kanyoka, from the International Domestic Workers Federation (IDWF), are two of the organized domestic workers who worked Convention for adoption. Sweden has not yet ratified the Convention 189."

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