EU sources -Equal rights of domestic workers must be strengthened -June 16, 2014

The European Network of Migrant Women [ENoMW] drew the attention of the EU institutions and all national and European stakeholders to the situation and treatment of domestic workers within the member states, as well as their contribution to European society on the occasion of International Day of Domestic Workers.

The European Network of Migrant Women [ENoMW] drew the attention of the EU institutions and all national and European stakeholders to the situation and treatment of domestic workers within the member states, as well as their contribution to European society on the occasion of International Day of Domestic Workers. All organisations endorsing this statement called for each and every EU member state to follow Italy and Germany in pushing through the ratification of the ILO Domestic Workers Convention without further delay, and extend rights and protections to all migrants employed in this sector regardless of status.

English: http://www.idwfed.org/news ...    

 

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