Union women in Nigeria are not waiting for their governments to ratify Convention 190, the international treaty that addresses gender-based violence and harassment (GBVH) in the world of work—they are taking action now to ensure workers benefit from the incredibly powerful rights it provides. This week’s Solidarity Center Podcast looks at how Nigerian unions are reaching workplaces as diverse as garment factory floors and sprawling informal markets, connecting with workers to create the best strategies for ending GBVH at work.
- Episode summary
- Nigerian Labor Congress
- Report: Breaking the Silence: Gender-Based Violence in Nigeria’s World of Work
- Nigerian Market Vendors Act to End Gender Violence
- NLC, Centre, Moves Against Gender-Based Violence in Workplaces
- Video: Rita Goyit on the First Anniversary of C190
- NLC’s Gender Equity Policy (adopted in 2003)