GLI Manchester announces that the new booklet ‘Domestic Workers in Europe: Getting the Recognition they Deserve’ is now available to view and download.
10 years since the adoption of ILO Convention 189 on Decent Work For Domestic Workers, this new booklet celebrates the progress that has been made for domestic workers in Europe. It highlights EFFAT’s achievements in giving recognition to domestic workers through solid trade union representation and a political commitment at the European level, and looks at future plans to strengthen recognition and representation further.
This booklet was commissioned by the European Federation of Food, Agriculture and Tourism Trade Unions (EFFAT).
GLI Manchester is a not-for-profit company, working closely with a range of global union federations, national trade unions, research institutions and workers’ education organisations. It conducts education, capacity-building and research on international labour movement development and organising strategies. It specialises in political education, organisation and trade union policy with informal economy workers, and the design and management of international workers’ education programmes. It is part of the Global Labour Institute Network.