Domestic workers are workers employed by private households within national boundaries or overseas to do house chores and care work. They constitute an integral part of the labour force worldwide. According to ILO data, the estimates are 4-10% of the
Engendering Men: Evidence on Routes to Gender Equality (EMERGE) is a two-year project to build an open repository of accessible evidence and lessons for working with men and boys for gender equality. Useful for those designing and implementing projects, programs, and
A report that discusses a myriad of sectors in the service industry, food processing industry, amongst others. In addition, workers stories are shared to further explain the experiences of exploitation and abuse.
The purpose of this report is to review impact-evaluated programs that engage men in the prevention and elimination of VAWG. This report does not attempt to map all of the interventions in LAC in the field of engaging men. Rather,
This report focuses on foreign national migrant workers form sub-Saharan Africa, north Africa and Asia, employed in low-skilled/ temporary/seasonal jobs within the agricultural sector in Italy. Amnesty International found that within Italian farms, many were violating labour rights and carrying
Despite some recent reforms, an estimated 2.1 million migrant domestic workers continue to risk severe labour exploitation in Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) – the members of the Gulf Cooperation Council (hereinafter “GCC”).