The Right to Unite: A Handbook on Domestic Worker Rights Across Asia
This new resource tool is both an introduction to women and domestic work in Asia and an in depth look at the hidden violations of domestic worker rights in ten countries in the region.
Designed for advocacy, this handbook breaks down information country by country.
It contains the latest ILO instruments on domestic work and analyses them in relation to women domestic worker rights.
It identifies gaps, highlights concerns and gives concrete recommendations for change.
via Asia Pacific Forum on Women, Law and Development (APWLD) at http://www.apwld.org