This resource center has tools for employers to develop comprehensive programs so your workplace can both prevent and respond to domestic and sexual violence, and stalking. These include suggested policies, guides on how to identify GBV, and more. Workplaces Respond,
This expert commentary by James N. Madero, from Violence Prevention International, details the necessary responses and procedures for employers to address domestic violence in the workplace. It suggests a team approach and introducing security measures for affected employees.
CEDAW General Recommendation 35 encourages, through the use of incentives and corporate responsibility models and other mechanisms, the engagement of the private sector, including businesses and transnational corporations, in efforts to eradicate all forms of gender-based violence against women and
The International Labour Organization (ILO) Recommendation on ending violence and harassment against women and men in the world of work accompanies C190. Together they create new global standards for establishing workplaces safe from gender-based violence and harassment.
The International Labour Organization (ILO) Convention and Recommendation on ending violence and harassment against women and men in the world of work was adopted on 21 June 2019 in Geneva at the International Labour Conference has been applauded by the
“El objetivo de estas Directrices Marco es servir de orientación general para abordar la violencia en el trabajo en el sector de salud. Por la creciente presión de las reformas y tensión del trabajo, la inestabilidad social y el deterioro
“Since women account for 70% of the health and social care workforce, gaps in health worker supply will not be closed without addressing the gender dynamics of the health and social workforce. The female health and social care workers who
FAO illustrates the critical role of women in the rural economy worldwide through charts of their share of the agricultural labor force, statistics on their employment, and depictions of the gender gap.
CGIAR gives an overview of the plight of female agricultural workers across the globe as well as the increase in productivity that would result from balancing the resource disparity between men and women.
Adopted in 2016, CEDAW General Recommendation No. 34 calls for states parties to legally enforce the right to decent work conditions for female agricultural workers. The marginalization of those in the informal sector and the changing of economic policies leave