Executive Summary This report examines the implications of the ASEAN economic integration on women’s human rights particularly of women migrant workers drawing from a review of literature and interviews with NGOs working in the Mekong region. It highlights the implications
In Europe, the trend in recent years has been towards an increase in migrants among domestic workers, the overwhelming majority of whom are women. These workers are exposed to exploitation and abuse due to several factors, including the lack of
Domestic Worker is a sector that is plagued with exploitation due to the environment of a private home and the migrant status many domestic workers have.
From violence on the way to work to domestic violence, the ILRF created a report to provide a general understanding of the many communities affected by gender-based violence.
Within the realm of domestic work, gender-based violence has been an ongoing issue with little to no resources for domestic workers to seek refuge. With that in mind, this document serves to define the protections needed to secure a safe
A report focusing on female domestic workers working overseas that make them the most vulnerable. Due to the fact that they are not protected by labour laws, abusive and exploitative conditions persist within this sector.
In a 2011 report, domestic workers were identified as being at a heightened risk of exploitation and abuse, including sexual abuse. The FRA elaborates the details and goes into length about domestic workers and their experiences, specifically within the EU.
Focusing primarily on domestic workers, garment workers, fishers, farm workers, and migrant workers, this report provides government practices and recommendations on ending gendered-based violence.