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23.09.2020 | Gender and social justice | News
India’s domestic workers need better legislation to protect their rights through the pandemic
Many households in bustling Indian cities rely on domestic workers. These workers perform arduous tasks, yet they suffer from low wages, unregulated working conditions, and lack of social security.  
23.06.2016 | Gender and social justice | News
Interview: Asia scores low on labour law protection for domestic workers
Over 35% of the domestic workers worldwide are accounted for in Asia where the Philippines remains the only country to ratify international labour standards for their protection. Changes are brewing  
14.06.2019 | Gender and social justice | News
Domestic workers can organize anywhere
In Asia the main priority for domestic workers is still to be recognized as workers.  
07.11.2018 | Trade, labour and social dialogue | News
As Vietnam revises labour law, FES and partners debate the opportunity to improve workers’ rights
The ongoing revision of Vietnam’s Labour Code is an opportunity to ensure workers’ rights are better protected in the economy of the 21st Century.  
23.07.2016 | Trade, labour and social dialogue | News
Increasing workers’ protection in ASEM | 10th Asia-Europe Labour Forum
An important mission of the international union movement is to increase its participation in global governance and convey the views and concerns of workers from Asia and Europe. In their dialogue  
19.06.2020 | Gender and social justice, #FeministAsia | News
Dignity and recognition for care workers in Asia
Human survival requires care work, yet paid and unpaid care work still lack recognition. An FES working group on the future of the care economy has developed an animation video with recommendations  
22.08.2017 | Gender and social justice | News
Labour mobility in ASEAN: how can women migrant workers benefit?
Jakarta (Indonesia) – A new study is out that formed the basis for discussion of the High-Level Policy Dialogue of ASEAN on the conditions of women migrant workers in the ASEAN Community  
03.12.2015 | Trade, labour and social dialogue | News
9th Asia Europe Labour Forum & 4th Social Partner’s Forum
Lively discussions of representatives from trade union centres from over 20 countries from Asia and Europe with government officials, the European Commission, other organisations and experts made the  
09.03.2020 | #CLSPlus, Trade, labour and social dialogue | News
No more race to the bottom – A Model Labour Chapter to enforce labour standards
By including enforceable labour standards in trade agreements, trade deals will also benefit workers. This Model Labour Chapter for European Union trade agreements serves as a state-of-the-art, ready  
20.12.2016 | Trade, labour and social dialogue, #CLSPlus | News
Core Labour Standards Plus – No More Trade Deals Without Binding & Enforceable Labour Provision
More spare time, better pay, safer workplaces: The CLS+ project by Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung in Asia aims to better the working conditions for workers in manufacturing industries integrated in global  
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