Events & training on domestic work

  1. EC-ILO joint conference on domestic workers and Occupational Safety and Health

    The European Commission (EC) together with the International Labour Organization (ILO) are organizing a high level conference on domestic workers and occupational safety and health (OSH) in Brussels on 12-13 November 2018.

  2. Building Capacity for Migrant Workers’ Access to Just Compensation, Post-Return

    The Integrated Programe on Fair Recruitment (FAIR project) will conduct a training workshop “Building Capacity for Migrant Workers’ Access to Just Compensation, Post-Return” to help develop the capacities of the caseworkers of Sentro ng mga Nagkakaisa at Progresibong Manggagawa (SENTRO) to identify, develop and, with the help of partners abroad, seek damages on behalf of migrant workers who have been exploited, trafficked or injured in Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (Hong Kong SAR).

  3. Training on Fair Recruitment of Philippines and Hong Kong Associations of Recruitment Agencies

    The Integrated Programe on Fair Recruitment (FAIR project) is committed to exploring new ideas that could help reduce deceptive and abusive recruitment practices. The FAIR project has undertaken the training of Philippines and Hong Kong Kong private recruitment agency associations on fair recruitment.

  4. Consultation Workshop On Standard Contract For Domestic Work In Viet Nam

    In order to introduce draft contract to key stakeholders for feedback, on both the content and on ideas for dissemination, Bureau of Industrial Relations and Wage, GFCD and ILO will host a consultation workshop for tripartite constituents and stakeholders. The workshop will also aim to validate the draft contract and bring out new perspectives on the following steps in the path of decent work for domestic workers.

  5. Decent Work for Domestic Workers (DW4DW)

    ITC-ILO’s Decent Work for Domestic Workers training programme is a response to a global call for action and will promote an inter-regional dialogue among the different actors involved in the promotion of decent work for domestic workers and enhance their institutional capacities to ensure an adequate protection of domestic workers. The course will be offered in English and Spanish.

  6. Good practices and lessons learned on promoting international cooperation and partnerships to realize a fair migration agenda for migrant domestic workers in Africa, the Arab States and Asia

  7. Workshop on Migrant Domestic Workers' Policy (MDWs) and Trade Union Actions in Nepal

    The workshop aims to discuss on existing policies, international practices and gaps in polices and laws to protect migrant domestic workers (MDW). This is organized within the framework of the ILO’s Global Action Programme on Migrant Domestic Workers and their Families (GAP-MDW), Geneva.

  8. Decent Work for Domestic Workers begins at home

  9. Domestic Workers’ Access to Justice and Compensation Exchange

    On Sunday 14 June 2015, The Network of Domestic Workers in Thailand, HomeNet and the ILO hosted the Domestic Workers’ Access to Justice and Compensation Exchange event in celebration of Domestic Workers Day (16 June).

  10. Decent Work for Domestic Workers Begins at Home Campaign

    In support of the global campaign to celebrate the 4th anniversary of the adoption of the Domestic Workers Convention (No. 189) 2011, on 16 June 2015, ILO officials from Manila Office joined their colleagues around the world in raising awareness of domestic workers’ rights and responsibilities as employers of domestic workers, with a simple gesture of taking photos holding the campaign signs with either their domestic workers, loved ones or friends.