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Proposed ILO Convention could Protect Migrant Domestic Workers' Rights
Date: 31/05/2010 - 04:25
Governments worldwide are gearing up for the ILO’s 99th Session of the International Labour Conference (ILC) in June, and one agenda item will cover standards needed to protect domestic migrant workers from abuse and exploitation. Will the U.S. champion the rights of minority migrant women and girls on a global scale, or will it pay polite lip-service to the efforts of rights advocates?
Read the full article by Monique Marie De Jong here.
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