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Gender Equality: A Guide to Collective Bargaining (Six booklets)

Type: Report
Date issued: 01 January 2002
Support medium: Paper

This guide is comprised of six booklets. Booklets 2 to 6 deal with different categories of bargaining issues. There are a number of areas of overlap and the same issue may feature in more than one booklet.

1. Gender equality bargaining: An overview
2. Working conditions
3. Maternity and family responsibilities
4. Defending rights of non-permanent and vulnerable workers
5. Dignity at the workplace
6. Giving women a voice

This guide is not intended to be used in any one particular way. It is hoped that the information contained in this guide will be of interest to employers, employers' organizations, individual workers and workers' organizations, and that it will be used in a variety of ways to achieve a range of goals.

Tags: maternity protection, collective bargaining, trade unions, gender equality, workers rights

Regions and countries covered: Global

Unit responsible: Bureau for Workers' Activities

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