“Like women around the world, Indonesian factory, farm and office workers frequently face sexual harassment, bullying, rape and other forms of gender-based violence (GBV) on the job—yet many are unaware that anything can be done to address it. Now, union
The ILO highlights sexual harassment in the agriculture industry in lower and middle-income nations in Africa, Asia, and Latin America. Through multiple cases, the research analyzes the timeline from when the case of sexual violence first occurs to the aftermath
Focusing on Honduras, Indonesia, Moldova, and Benin, case studies are presented in relation to such countries. Statistics ranging from the general female population to employment rate, the report provides more information on VAW in the world of work, in addition
Often times, domestic violence is seen as a personal and private issue. However, as reports like this have shown, domestic violence and the problems surrounding it transfer to the workplace. From employees being affected to productivity levels, violence occurring in
A survey of the violence experienced by women working as prostitutes in Oslo
Garment industries, EPZ factories, tea industries, shrimp processing factories is reported to be a few of the most violent prone sectors in Bangladesh. This report focuses on values, societal norms, and quality of policies to better analyze and understand why
This report shows the effects sexual harassment has in the garment industry, that holds 85% female employees while maintaining many others forms of inequalities within the work place. Findings showed that productivity costs are about 89 billion in regards to
In partnership with Munnade, Sisters for Change began to highlight the violence women workers experienced within the garment industry. Regardless of what is/is not in place, many of these workers are not aware of their rights. This report serves to
Focusing on trade organizations such as Asia Floor Wage Alliance, CENTRAL Cambodia, Global Labor Justice, etc and the violence drawn out by popular clothing companies such as Walmart, Gap, and H&M.
Drawing on a multitude of countries, extensive research is conducted on the wage gap, the violence and safety issues, and occupational segregation the persists within agricultural labor disproportionately affecting women in the sector.