gender-based violence at work

Union Women Tackle Gender-Based Violence at Work

Women trade unionists in Indonesia and in Honduras and other Central American countries who are tackling gender-based violence at work often start by changing a culture of patriarchy within their own unions, according to speakers at a Solidarity Center-sponsored panel today in New York City. “Unions in the past only focused on economic issues—gender-based violence… [READ MORE]

Women’s Day: End Gender-Based Violence at Work

As the international community celebrates March 8, International Women’s Day, Kenya union leader Rose Omamo is meeting with union leaders and government officials across Africa to help propel passage of a proposed global standard that would address gender-based violence at work. The convention (standard) under consideration by the International Labor Organization (ILO) would end violence… [READ MORE]

Video on Gender-Based Violence at Work Now in Russian

Solidarity Center’s recently released video on gender-based violence at work is now available in Russian. (читать это по-русски.) The two-minute video explains the forms of gender-based violence at work, which include bullying, verbal abuse and stalking, systemic gendered imbalance between employers and workers that enables employers to get away with unsafe working conditions and other… [READ MORE]

Видео о гендерном насилии на рабочем месте теперь на русском языке

Недавно опубликованное Центром Солидарности видео о гендерном насилии на рабочем месте теперь доступно на русском языке. Двухминутное видео объясняет формы гендерного насилия на рабочем месте, в том числе издевательства, словесные оскорбления и преследования, системный гендерный дисбаланс между работодателями и работниками, который позволяет работодателям использовать небезопасные условия труда и другие нарушения в отношении работников. Работники, работодатели… [READ MORE]

Video: Ending Gender Violence at Work with Collective Action

Seeking a job to support her family but lacking opportunity in her native Bangladesh, Shahida became a domestic worker far from her home. Beyond duties in her employer’s home, she was forced to work at the houses of several of his relatives, giving her little time to sleep. Shahida was provided stale leftovers for her… [READ MORE]

Video on Gender-Based Violence at Work Now in Spanish

[En Español] Solidarity Center’s recently released video on gender-based violence at work is now available in Spanish. The two-minute video explains the forms of gender-based violence at work, which include bullying, verbal abuse and stalking, systemic gendered imbalance between employers and workers that enables employers to get away with unsafe working conditions and other worker… [READ MORE]

Video sobre la violencia de género en el trabajo ahora en español

El video recientemente publicado del Centro de Solidaridad sobre la violencia de género en el trabajo ahora está disponible en español. El video de dos minutos explica las formas de violencia de género en el trabajo, que incluyen el bullying, el abuso verbal y el acoso de cualquier tipo, el desequilibrio sistémico de género entre… [READ MORE]

Union Leaders Mobilize on Gender-Based Violence at Work

Gertrude Mtsweni and Rose Omamo, trade union leaders from Africa, recently joined hundreds of workers who participated with government and employer representatives in high-level deliberations on a draft global standard addressing gender-based violence at work. Energized after long days of intense discussions during the International Labor Organization (ILO) conference in Geneva, the women are now… [READ MORE]

A Step Closer to Ending Gender-Based Violence at Work

  • July 3, 2018
  • Robin Runge

A global regulation addressing gender-based violence at work is one step closer to reality following a 10-day meeting of workers, their unions and representatives from business and government—but much work must yet be done to ensure its passage. Participants at the recent International Labor Organization (ILO) conference in Geneva, Switzerland, reached consensus on the need… [READ MORE]