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File PDF document Fabricado por Mujeres (Made by Women, Spanish)
by Paul Roeland last modified 19-01-2016 10:59 — filed under:
Spanish version of the Made by Women report from 2005. This 128-page publication published by the CCC International Secretariat includes feature articles on important themes relating to gender and labour rights and 17 profiles of women involved in different ways in the movement for garment workers' rights.
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File PDF document Made by Women (Fabrique par des femmes)
by Paul Roeland last modified 19-01-2016 10:58 — filed under:
French translation of the Made by Women brochure from 2005.
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File PDF document Made by Women: Gender, the Global Garment Industry and the Movement for Women Workers' Rights
by Paul Roeland last modified 13-01-2016 14:55 — filed under:
This 128-page publication published by the CCC International Secretariat in 2005 includes feature articles on important themes relating to gender and labour rights and 17 profiles of women involved in different ways in the movement for garment workers' rights.
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Migrant workers excluded from maternity leave
by Mirjam van Heugten published 29-08-2013 last modified 09-09-2013 19:51 — filed under: , ,
In August, long time CCC partner the MAP Foundation in Thailand publicized the outrageous proposal by a senior official at the Thai Ministry of Labour. The proposal states that migrant workers should be excluded from the right to maternity leave, child allowance and unemployment benefits.
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File PDF document Key Feminist Concerns Regarding Core Labor Standards, Decent Work and Corporate Social Responsibility
by Paul Roeland last modified 24-04-2013 18:57 — filed under: ,
This paper aims to discuss the gendered nature of different labour standards, to highlight the implications for women workers in developing countries. Part 1 deals mainly with the definitions and general discussions around these issues, while Part 2 focuses on its gender implications. The paper is mainly a study of the available literature within academia as well as relevant official documents and material from non-governmental organizations (NGOs). Written by WIDE, Belgium, 2008.
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File PDF document Research on Working & Living Conditions of Women in Export Processing Zones (EPZ
by Paul Roeland last modified 24-04-2013 18:57 — filed under: , ,
This research was conducted between April and July 2004 as a follow up to the last research in 2002, with a focus on advanced monitoring of the working and living conditions of Indonesian female workers in Export Processing Zones (EPZ) and sweatshop factories. This research took place in six factories in Jakarta and Tangerang (Banten Province). Written by Sudwind Austria and UCM Jakarta.
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File PDF document Women Working in the Shadows: The informal economy and export processing zones
by Paul Roeland last modified 24-04-2013 18:57 — filed under: ,
This publication examines areas of women’s work in the world economy which have been largely ignored by labour market statistics, media headlines and research projects. It provides basic information on the informal economy and export processing zones, in which the vulnerable work of women predominate, and looks at the development of women’s work in the context of globalisation and the prevailing gender order. Written by Sudwind and Evangelical-Lutheran Church in Bavaria, 2010.
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Gender policy statement
by geertjan published 21-12-2012 last modified 29-04-2013 16:45 — filed under:
The Clean Clothes Campaign (CCC) is committed to improving the lives and working conditions of all workers in the global garment and sportswear industry, the vast majority of whom are women. In promoting workers’ rights, the CCC is committed to challenging the gender inequality and sex discrimination faced by garment workers.
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Gender: Women workers mistreated
by geertjan published 14-11-2012 last modified 29-04-2013 10:24 — filed under:
Women can be made to dance like puppets, but men cannot be abused in the same way. The owners do not care if we ask for something, but demands raised by the men must be given some consideration. So they do not employ male workers • Female, Bangladeshi factory worker
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