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Made for this Moment: How ILO Convention 190 Addresses Gender-Based Violence and Harassment in the World of Work During the COVID-19 Pandemic and Beyond

Made for this Moment: How ILO Convention 190 Addresses Gender-Based Violence and Harassment in the World of Work During the COVID-19 Pandemic and Beyond

Women workers and allies worldwide campaigned for more than a decade to secure the adoption of International Labor Organization Convention 190, the first global treaty that recognizes the fundamental right to work free from gender-based violence and harassment. This report highlights how C190 addresses sexual harassment and other forms of gender-based violence in the world of work and identifies concrete steps to address it.

Read the full report here.

Freedoms on the Move: The Civic Space of Migrant Workers and Refugees

Freedoms on the Move: The Civic Space of Migrant Workers and Refugees

Freedoms on the Move, a new report by Solidarity Center and CIVICUS, makes clear that many migrant workers and refugees want to have a say in their communities and their workplaces, and in the decisions that affect their lives—and is an urgent call to action for unions and other civil society groups to include migrant workers and refugees in advancing these rights. Download here.

ILO GBV at Work Standard: First-Ever Comprehensive Legal Standard

ILO GBV at Work Standard: First-Ever Comprehensive Legal Standard

A Solidarity Center legal analysis shows the proposed ILO convention on gender-based violence and harassment at work is necessary because no global binding instrument exists that comprehensively addresses violence and harassment in the world of work, including gender-based violence and harassment.

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In Our Own Words: Women Address Gender-Based Violence in Garment Factories in Indonesia

In Our Own Words: Women Address Gender-Based Violence in Garment Factories in Indonesia

While studies have shown the prevalence of violence against women at home and in their communities, no comprehensive data exists to document the extent of gender-based violence (GBV) at work. To better understand GBV at work, 17 activists and female leaders of workers in three Indonesian unions talked with garment workers. Here are their findings.

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