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Governments from Latin America and the Caribbean commit to enforce Domestic Workers’ Rights

March 11, 2019. High-level delegates from Argentina, Ecuador and Uruguay made national commitments to advance the rights of domestic workers through the Declaration presented during the sixty-third session of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) in New York City. Trade Unions representatives, Civil Society members and the United Nations, discussed progress, good practices as well as the main challenges in this labor sector that faces important challenges in the region within the framework of ILO Convention 189 on decent work for domestic workers. During the event that brought together...

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Getting to know the Domestic Workers’ Movement in México through CACEH

A few weeks ago CARE’s Impact Growth Strategies teams visited México during a global meeting which was arranged in order to discuss the challenges and learnings of these regional initiatives over the past year. During these days we had the opportunity to meet with CACEH (Domestic Workers Support and Training Center) and SINACTRAHO (National Domestic Workers Union), partners of the Impact Growth Strategy in Latin America and the Caribbean – the Equal Value Equal Rights program. People from different parts of the world, Asia, West Africa, and Southern Africa gather together to...

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