Czech Republic -ILO convention on domestic work not taken serious -August 13, 2012

Organisations working with migrant workers have criticised the government for not having recommended ratifying the ILO convention that aims to improve the conditions of people working in households. Whilst activists and experts say domestic work is increasing and workers often work in unsuitable conditions the government has stated that the issue is not significant.

English: http://praguemonitor.com/2012/08/13/ngos-govt-belittles-foreign ...

 

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