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A girl domestic worker, 17 years old, who has benefited from ILO/IPEC SNAP Malawi support in Lilongwe. She passed secondary school thanks to her employer's financial support. With ILO/IPEC and YECE, the implementing agency, her working conditions have been improved and monitored. She has also decided to continue her education to become a hairdresser, and she was provided with vocational skills training in hairdressing with ILO/IPEC SNAP Malawi project's support.
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Boys and girls carrying water back home in a village in Mulanje district, Malawi.
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Boys and girls carrying water back home in a village in Mulanje district, Malawi.
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Group of domestic workers rejoicing after the result of the vote on the Convention on Domestic Workers. International Labour Conference, 100th Session, Geneva, Thursday 16 June 2011. 

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Group of domestic workers rejoicing with the ILO Director-General, Mr. Juan Somavia, after the result of the vote on the Convention on Domestic Workers. International Labour Conference, 100th Session, Geneva, Thursday 16 June 2011. 

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Group of domestic workers rejoicing with the ILO Director-General, Mr. Juan Somavia, after the result of the vote on the Convention on Domestic Workers. International Labour Conference, 100th Session, Geneva, Thursday 16 June 2011. 

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Group of domestic workers rejoicing with the ILO Director-General, Mr. Juan Somavia, after the result of the vote on the Convention on Domestic Workers. International Labour Conference, 100th Session, Geneva, Thursday 16 June 2011. 

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Group of domestic workers rejoicing with the ILO Director-General, Mr. Juan Somavia, after the result of the vote on the Convention on Domestic Workers. International Labour Conference, 100th Session, Geneva, Thursday 16 June 2011. 

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Group of domestic workers rejoicing with the ILO Director-General, Mr. Juan Somavia, after the result of the vote on the Convention on Domestic Workers. International Labour Conference, 100th Session, Geneva, Thursday 16 June 2011. 

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Group of domestic workers rejoicing at the result of the vote on the Convention on Domestic Workers. International Labour Conference, 100th Session, Geneva, Thursday 16 June 2011. 

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Group of domestic workers rejoicing at the result of the vote on the Convention on Domestic Workers. International Labour Conference, 100th Session, Geneva, Thursday 16 June 2011. 

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Group of domestic workers rejoicing with the ILO Director-General, Mr. Juan Somavia, after the result of the vote on the Convention on Domestic Workers. International Labour Conference, 100th Session, Geneva, Thursday 16 June 2011. 

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Group of domestic workers rejoicing at the result of the  vote on the Convention on Domestic Workers. International Labour Conference, 100th Session, Geneva, Thursday 16 June 2011.

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Group of domestic workers come to support final result of the vote on the Convention on Domestic Workers. International Labour Conference, 100th Session, Geneva, Thursday 16 June 2011.

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Group of domestic workers come to support final result of the vote on the Convention on Domestic Workers. International Labour Conference, 100th Session, Geneva, Thursday 16 June 2011.
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Delegates rejoicing after the final result of the vote on the Convention on Domestic Workers. International Labour Conference, 100th Session, Geneva, Thursday 16 June 2011.
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Delegates rejoicing after the final result of the vote on the Convention on Domestic Workers. International Labour Conference, 100th Session, Geneva, Thursday 16 June 2011.
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Delegates rejoicing after the final result of the vote on the Convention on Domestic Workers. International Labour Conference, 100th Session, Geneva, Thursday 16 June 2011.
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Delegates rejoicing after the final result of the vote on the Convention on Domestic Workers. International Labour Conference, 100th Session, Geneva, Thursday 16 June 2011.
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Juan Somavia, Director-General of the ILO, and Ms. Manuela Tomei, Director, ILO Conditions of Work and Employment Branch, rejoice after the final result of the vote on the Convention on Domestic Workers. International Labour Conference, 100th Session, Geneva, Thursday 16 June 2011.
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Delegates and the Director-General of the ILO, Mr. Juan Somavia, congratulate Ms. Manuela Tomei, Director, ILO Conditions of Work and Employment Branch, following the final result of the vote on the Convention on Domestic Workers. International Labour Conference, 100th Session, Geneva, Thursday 16 June 2011. 

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Delegates and the Director-General of the ILO, Mr. Juan Somavia, congratulate Ms. Manuela Tomei, Director, ILO Conditions of Work and Employment Branch, following the final result of the vote on the Convention on Domestic Workers. International Labour Conference, 100th Session, Geneva, Thursday 16 June 2011.

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Delegates voting the Convention on Domestic Workers. 100th session of the International Labour Conference. Geneva, 16 June 2011. 

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Delegates voting the Convention on Domestic Workers. 100th session of the International Labour Conference. Geneva, 16 June 2011. 

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Delegates voting the Convention on Domestic Workers. 100th session of the International Labour Conference. Geneva, 16 June 2011. 

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Delegates voting the Convention on Domestic Workers. 100th session of the International Labour Conference. Geneva, 16 June 2011. 

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Delegates voting the Convention on Domestic Workers. 100th session of the International Labour Conference. Geneva, 16 June 2011. 

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Delegates voting the Convention on Domestic Workers. 100th session of the International Labour Conference. Geneva, 16 June 2011. 

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Delegates voting the Convention on Domestic Workers.  100th session of the International Labour Conference. Geneva, 16 June 2011.

 

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Delegates voting the Convention on Domestic Workers. 100th session of the International Labour Conference. Geneva, 16 June 2011. 

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This photo is the result of a photographic competition organized by the International Labour Office New Delhi branch to promote decent work for domestic workers. Original caption by the author: Coming out of shadows: Ambia bibi is strong and independent. Once, when the migrant workers were being sent out of the city for safety reasons, Ambia had to hide for a few days to avoid being caught. This shows that no matter how many shows come her way, she can come out of them into the light.
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This photo is the result of a photographic competition organized by the International Labour Office New Delhi branch to promote decent work for domestic workers. Original caption by the author: Strong and independent: In the beginning, she brought Anarkali (her daughter) to stay and work with her. Three years later, she sent Anarkali back to her husband. Ambia loves and misses her daughter a lot. She wants to go back to her village after two years. Her employers depend on her for works like dusting, sweeping etc. as there are few domestic workers as dedicated as her.
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This photo is the result of a photographic competition organized by the International Labour Office New Delhi branch to promote decent work for domestic workers. Original caption by the author: Changing roles: Sonali, the domestic help at my home is seen in a very happy mood with my kid. As the clothes are hung out to dry in the sun, my son lends her his helping hand. Together they have fun!
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This photo is the result of a photographic competition organized by the International Labour Office New Delhi branch to promote decent work for domestic workers. Original caption by the author: Women's work: The enlightening moments of a hobby that also help their (improve) the financial condition of the family.
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This photo is the result of a photographic competition organized by the International Labour Office New Delhi branch to promote decent work for domestic workers. Original caption by the author: Hand in hand: Our domestic helps take care of our household and every nook and corner of the house are better known to them than us. A positive gesture on the part of the employer to come forward and extend a helping hand, can enthuse them and make them feel no less. Feelings are shared by sharing work. It paves the way to a society that is free from rigid boundaries that differentiate man and work. An environment where respect to work finds priority enables the domestic worker to endear her profession.  She learns to respect herself and also knows how to command respect in the society- for 'a man is not born a slave' goes the saying.
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This photo is the result of a photographic competition organized by the International Labour Office New Delhi branch to promote decent work for domestic workers. Original caption by the author: Dollar dreams: The photo is of Vimlamma, who works as domestic help at homes in Bangalore to earn her living. When I requested for her photo, she chose to pose with the backdrop of currency notes. Indeed she has big dreams in her eyes!
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This photo is the result of a photographic competition organized by the International Labour Office New Delhi branch to promote decent work for domestic workers. Original caption by the author: Smile back : Smita (name changed to protect her identity) worked as a child domestic worker for few years and was rescued by NDWM (National Domestic Workers Movement  Mumbai). Now she is a free bird and does her studies well at the centre. She really enjoys her freedom and her smile is back.
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This photo is the result of a photographic competition organized by the International Labour Office New Delhi branch to promote decent work for domestic workers. Original caption by the author: As one of us : The picture shows that the domestic workers should be treated just like another family member as they take care of our family.
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Young boy testifying about her experience as a domestic worker in Togo. Solidarity event at the Place des Nations, World Day against Child Labour 2010. Geneva, Friday June 11. 

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Young girl testifying about her experience as a domestic worker in Togo. Solidarity event at the Place des Nations, World Day against Child Labour 2010. Geneva, Friday June 11.


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This photo is the result of a photographic competition organized by the International Labour Office New Delhi branch to promote decent work for domestic workers. Original caption by the author: Daily life: It is very common picture of India. That rural girl child has a duty to serve her family. Therefore she has to perform all types of domestic work like cooking etc. The picture is taken in a village in south West Bengal
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This photo is the result of a photographic competition organized by the International Labour Office New Delhi branch to promote decent work for domestic workers. Original caption by the author: Basket Maker
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Intervention of Ms Creuza Oliveira, President of the National Federation of Domestic Workers in Brazil. International Women's Day in the ILO - (8 March 2010)
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Sick young servant. Sevaré, Mali.



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Sick young servant. Sevaré, Mali.


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Young servant washing. Sévaré, Mali. 

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Young servant washing. Sévaré, Mali. 


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Young servant washing. Sévaré, Mali. 


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Young servant washing. Sévaré, Mali. 

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Young servant washing. Sévaré, Mali.
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Young servants preparing food. Sévaré, Mali. 

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Young servant preparing food. Sévaré, Mali. 

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Young servant washing. Kita, Mali.



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This photo is the result of a photographic competition organized by the International Labour Office New Delhi branch to promote decent work for domestic workers. Original caption by the author: Domestic workers are also workers: Around four thousand Domestic workers gathered in Marina Beach 'Chennai' demanding dignity of their work and life. The lady in this photo has been a great inspiration for many, fighting for their rights and minimum wages.
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This photo is the result of a photographic competition organized by the International Labour Office New Delhi branch to promote decent work for domestic workers. Original caption by the author: Patachitra worker: this type of artistry work is losting in modern era. but few family are till alive to make their 'patachitra' with hand brush and colour.
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This photo is the result of a photographic competition organized by the International Labour Office New Delhi branch to promote decent work for domestic workers. Original caption by the author: Young lady: The girl works in a house near a brick factory. She works very hard!
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This photo is the result of a photographic competition organized by the International Labour Office New Delhi branch to promote decent work for domestic workers. Original caption by the author: Old woman: This old lady works near-by a hut in a small village near Shantinekatan. She works there from the time she was younger. Now she have one of the member of the family.
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This photo is the result of a photographic competition organized by the International Labour Office New Delhi branch to promote decent work for domestic workers. Original caption by the author: Rice Maker: Getting from husking machine rice & husk must be separate. This is the manual process to get fresh rice. This lady will get 80 rupees for making 60 kgs rice.
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This photo is the result of a photographic competition organized by the International Labour Office New Delhi branch to promote decent work for domestic workers. Original caption by the author: Carrying lunch: It is also a very common feature of rural India. Through out the whole day the farmers are working hard in the field. Their wives are going to the field with their meals. It is also a domestic work. The picture is taken in Putulia District in West Bengal.
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This photo is the result of a photographic competition organized by the International Labour Office New Delhi branch to promote decent work for domestic workers. Original caption by the author: Midday Meal: Woman is serving the meal at children's school.
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This photo is the result of a photographic competition organized by the International Labour Office New Delhi branch to promote decent work for domestic workers. Original caption by the author: Our work is beautiful : all these village women niddle worker engaged with 'JARDAUSI' saree stitching with hands
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This photo is the result of a photographic competition organized by the International Labour Office New Delhi branch to promote decent work for domestic workers. Original caption by the author: Village women with sericulture rilling: the village Muslim poor women are engaging with rilling machine of silk thread.
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This photo is the result of a photographic competition organized by the International Labour Office New Delhi branch to promote decent work for domestic workers. Original caption by the author: Leaf Dish Maker: Handicraft partly solves poverty
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This photo is the result of a photographic competition organized by the International Labour Office New Delhi branch to promote decent work for domestic workers. Original caption by the author: Should have been at School: I do not know her. Neither about her life. But should not she be at School at this time instead of supplying drinking water for us? The legacy of child labour continues.
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This photo is the result of a photographic competition organized by the International Labour Office New Delhi branch to promote decent work for domestic workers. Original caption by the author: Education: Rest is all I get to take, after a hard day's work. I cook and clean, so that my brother can study and live his dream.
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This photo is the result of a photographic competition organized by the International Labour Office New Delhi branch to promote decent work for domestic workers. Original caption by the author: Tending of goat: A rural woman feeding milk few young goat.
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This photo is the result of a photographic competition organized by the International Labour Office New Delhi branch to promote decent work for domestic workers. Original caption by the author: This photo is the result of a photographic competition organized by the International Labour Office New Delhi branch to promote decent work for domestic workers. Original caption by the author: Gossip: It is a very common feature of Indian women. The picture is taken at Sangla, Himachal Pradesh. After their lunch is over all women are making woollen garments by weaving wool for their family members. It is a domestic work.
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This photo is the result of a photographic competition organized by the International Labour Office New Delhi branch to promote decent work for domestic workers. Original caption by the author: House Worker: Unorganised labour in urban area.
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This photo is the result of a photographic competition organized by the International Labour Office New Delhi branch to promote decent work for domestic workers. Original caption by the author: Basket maker: Supporting pollution free cottage industry and enhancing their standard of living.
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This photo is the result of a photographic competition organized by the International Labour Office New Delhi branch to promote decent work for domestic workers. Original caption by the author: In her arms: A domestic worker, carrying her owner's child, with the same amount of care, affection and a sense of protection as the child's parents would do.
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This photo is the result of a photographic competition organized by the International Labour Office New Delhi branch to promote decent work for domestic workers. Original caption by the author: Paddy Processor: It's a procedure to get rice from paddy (DHAN in Bengaly). This lady is a paid worker. She will get 100 rupees after drying 80 kgs of paddy.
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This photo is the result of a photographic competition organized by the International Labour Office New Delhi branch to promote decent work for domestic workers. Original caption by the author: The daily grind of washing clothes: Image depicts why housewives dread washing clothes. These kinds of chores are left to the domestic workers.
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This photo is the result of a photographic competition organized by the International Labour Office New Delhi branch to promote decent work for domestic workers. Original caption by the author: Paraplegic happy and able to work: The young woman was paraplegic and could not walk unaided. Here I have tried to show the enthusiasm with which she was working and the radiance in her smile that says 'I may be incapacitated but I am capable*. The image portrays the eagerness of disable people wanting to integrate into the larger society, which continues to reject them.
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This photo is the result of a photographic competition organized by the International Labour Office New Delhi branch to promote decent work for domestic workers. Original caption by the author: Pot Maker: They live very near the earth and making the earthen goods.
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This photo is the result of a photographic competition organized by the International Labour Office New Delhi branch to promote decent work for domestic workers. Original caption by the author: The other side: This mother who earns her living by providing domestic help to people's houses is seen busy teaching a few children at her house
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This photo is the result of a photographic competition organized by the International Labour Office New Delhi branch to promote decent work for domestic workers. Original caption by the author: Grandfather Christmas!: When Daddy got old and had to be brought-up all over again, Sheetal proved to be an indispensable ally.
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This photo is the result of a photographic competition organized by the International Labour Office New Delhi branch to promote decent work for domestic workers. Original caption by the author: This is the way we cut our nails!!:  Daddy gets a free spa-treatment from his care-taker, Sheetal.
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This photo is the result of a photographic competition organized by the International Labour Office New Delhi branch to promote decent work for domestic workers. Original caption by the author: Working tribal lady: tribal women worker are thrashing paddy.
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This photo is the result of a photographic competition organized by the International Labour Office New Delhi branch to promote decent work for domestic workers. Original caption by the author: I work: I pick all the papers, and plastic along the river as my mother is busy cleaning and cooking someone's dinner.
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This photo is the result of a photographic competition organized by the International Labour Office New Delhi branch to promote decent work for domestic workers. Original caption by the author: Women's work : Cleaning home is a work. The Rural Indian Women is cleaning her cottage. The picture is taken at a village in Orissa state.
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Domestic child in the street. Senegal.
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Young woman on her way to the well. Rwanda.

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Young woman on her way to the well. Rwanda.

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This photo is the result of a photographic competition organized by the International Labour Office New Delhi branch to promote decent work for domestic workers. Original caption by the author: Daily duty: A girl child servant doing the sweeping work of the house
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Child domestic worker. Yemen.
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World Day Against Child Labour, 11 June 2004: 'Helping Hands or Shackled Lives', panel discussion on child domestic labour in the Palais des Nations, Geneva
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World Day Against Child Labour, 11 June 2004: 'Helping Hands or Shackled Lives', panel discussion on child domestic labour in the Palais des Nations, Geneva
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Many young girls have to get up very early to complete numerous chores around the house before starting their day. To help improve employment prospects, the ILO is providing training to women around the world so that they can become claim a better future for themselves and their families.
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Many young girls have to get up very early to complete numerous chores around the house before starting their day. To help improve employment prospects, the ILO is providing training to women around the world so that they can become claim a better future for themselves and their families.
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Child collecting water in Bini Hoseish. Yemen.
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Zanzibar Island. Washing clothes in the courtyard.
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Zanzibar Island. Washing clothes in the courtyard.
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Young female employee in a downtown Dar es Salaam hotel. Tanzania.
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In Tanzania, hundreds of child workers have been withdrawn from domestic service thanks to common efforts of CHODAWU (Conservation, Hotels, Domestic and Allied Workers Union) and the ILO's International Program on the Elimination of Child Labour (IPEC). CHODAWU runs a prevention program involving employers, unions, local chiefs and NGOs, teachers and parents, to break the recruitment chain and reintegrate children in their families and school. In their Centre in Dar es Salaam, the children go to school and learn a trade.

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In Tanzania, hundreds of child workers have been withdrawn from domestic service thanks to common efforts of CHODAWU (Conservation, Hotels, Domestic and Allied Workers Union) and the ILO's International Program on the Elimination of Child Labour (IPEC). CHODAWU runs a prevention program involving employers, unions, local chiefs and NGOs, teachers and parents, to break the recruitment chain and reintegrate children in their families and school. In their Centre in Dar es Salaam, the children go to school and learn a trade.

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In Tanzania, hundreds of child workers have been withdrawn from domestic service thanks to common efforts of CHODAWU (Conservation, Hotels, Domestic and Allied Workers Union) and the ILO's International Program on the Elimination of Child Labour (IPEC). CHODAWU runs a prevention program involving employers, unions, local chiefs and NGOs, teachers and parents, to break the recruitment chain and reintegrate children in their families and school. In their Centre in Dar es Salaam, the children go to school and learn a trade.

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In Tanzania, hundreds of child workers have been withdrawn from domestic service thanks to common efforts of CHODAWU (Conservation, Hotels, Domestic and Allied Workers Union) and the ILO's International Program on the Elimination of Child Labour (IPEC). CHODAWU runs a prevention program involving employers, unions, local chiefs and NGOs, teachers and parents, to break the recruitment chain and reintegrate children in their families and school. In their Centre in Dar es Salaam, the children go to school and learn a trade.

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In Tanzania, hundreds of child workers have been withdrawn from domestic service thanks to common efforts of CHODAWU (Conservation, Hotels, Domestic and Allied Workers Union) and the ILO's International Program on the Elimination of Child Labour (IPEC). CHODAWU runs a prevention program involving employers, unions, local chiefs and NGOs, teachers and parents, to break the recruitment chain and reintegrate children in their families and school. In their Centre in Dar es Salaam, the children go to school and learn a trade.

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In Tanzania, hundreds of child workers have been withdrawn from domestic service thanks to common efforts of CHODAWU (Conservation, Hotels, Domestic and Allied Workers Union) and the ILO's International Program on the Elimination of Child Labour (IPEC). CHODAWU runs a prevention program involving employers, unions, local chiefs and NGOs, teachers and parents, to break the recruitment chain and reintegrate children in their families and school. In their Centre in Dar es Salaam, the children go to school and learn a trade.

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In Tanzania, hundreds of child workers have been withdrawn from domestic service thanks to common efforts of CHODAWU (Conservation, Hotels, Domestic and Allied Workers Union) and the ILO's International Program on the Elimination of Child Labour (IPEC). CHODAWU runs a prevention program involving employers, unions, local chiefs and NGOs, teachers and parents, to break the recruitment chain and reintegrate children in their families and school. In their Centre in Dar es Salaam, the children go to school and learn a trade.

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In Tanzania, hundreds of child workers have been withdrawn from domestic service thanks to common efforts of CHODAWU (Conservation, Hotels, Domestic and Allied Workers Union) and the ILO's International Program on the Elimination of Child Labour (IPEC). CHODAWU runs a prevention program involving employers, unions, local chiefs and NGOs, teachers and parents, to break the recruitment chain and reintegrate children in their families and school. In their Centre in Dar es Salaam, the children go to school and learn a trade.

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In Tanzania, hundreds of child workers have been withdrawn from domestic service thanks to common efforts of CHODAWU (Conservation, Hotels, Domestic and Allied Workers Union) and the ILO's International Program on the Elimination of Child Labour (IPEC). CHODAWU runs a prevention program involving employers, unions, local chiefs and NGOs, teachers and parents, to break the recruitment chain and reintegrate children in their families and school. In their Centre in Dar es Salaam, the children go to school and learn a trade.

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In Tanzania, hundreds of child workers have been withdrawn from domestic service thanks to common efforts of CHODAWU (Conservation, Hotels, Domestic and Allied Workers Union) and the ILO's International Program on the Elimination of Child Labour (IPEC). CHODAWU runs a prevention program involving employers, unions, local chiefs and NGOs, teachers and parents, to break the recruitment chain and reintegrate children in their families and school. In their Centre in Dar es Salaam, the children go to school and learn a trade.

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In Tanzania, hundreds of child workers have been withdrawn from domestic service thanks to common efforts of CHODAWU (Conservation, Hotels, Domestic and Allied Workers Union) and the ILO's International Program on the Elimination of Child Labour (IPEC). CHODAWU runs a prevention program involving employers, unions, local chiefs and NGOs, teachers and parents, to break the recruitment chain and reintegrate children in their families and school. In their Centre in Dar es Salaam, the children go to school and learn a trade.

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In Tanzania, hundreds of child workers have been withdrawn from domestic service thanks to common efforts of CHODAWU (Conservation, Hotels, Domestic and Allied Workers Union) and the ILO's International Program on the Elimination of Child Labour (IPEC). CHODAWU runs a prevention program involving employers, unions, local chiefs and NGOs, teachers and parents, to break the recruitment chain and reintegrate children in their families and school. In their Centre in Dar es Salaam, the children go to school and learn a trade.

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In Tanzania, hundreds of child workers have been withdrawn from domestic service thanks to common efforts of CHODAWU (Conservation, Hotels, Domestic and Allied Workers Union) and the ILO's International Program on the Elimination of Child Labour (IPEC). CHODAWU runs a prevention program involving employers, unions, local chiefs and NGOs, teachers and parents, to break the recruitment chain and reintegrate children in their families and school. In their Centre in Dar es Salaam, the children go to school and learn a trade.

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In Tanzania, hundreds of child workers have been withdrawn from domestic service thanks to common efforts of CHODAWU (Conservation, Hotels, Domestic and Allied Workers Union) and the ILO's International Program on the Elimination of Child Labour (IPEC). CHODAWU runs a prevention program involving employers, unions, local chiefs and NGOs, teachers and parents, to break the recruitment chain and reintegrate children in their families and school. In their Centre in Dar es Salaam, the children go to school and learn a trade.

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In Tanzania, hundreds of child workers have been withdrawn from domestic service thanks to common efforts of CHODAWU (Conservation, Hotels, Domestic and Allied Workers Union) and the ILO's International Program on the Elimination of Child Labour (IPEC). CHODAWU runs a prevention program involving employers, unions, local chiefs and NGOs, teachers and parents, to break the recruitment chain and reintegrate children in their families and school. In their Centre in Dar es Salaam, the children go to school and learn a trade.

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In Tanzania, hundreds of child workers have been withdrawn from domestic service thanks to common efforts of CHODAWU (Conservation, Hotels, Domestic and Allied Workers Union) and the ILO's International Program on the Elimination of Child Labour (IPEC). CHODAWU runs a prevention program involving employers, unions, local chiefs and NGOs, teachers and parents, to break the recruitment chain and reintegrate children in their families and school. In their Centre in Dar es Salaam, the children go to school and learn a trade.

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In Tanzania, hundreds of child workers have been withdrawn from domestic service thanks to common efforts of CHODAWU (Conservation, Hotels, Domestic and Allied Workers Union) and the ILO's International Program on the Elimination of Child Labour (IPEC). CHODAWU runs a prevention program involving employers, unions, local chiefs and NGOs, teachers and parents, to break the recruitment chain and reintegrate children in their families and school. In their Centre in Dar es Salaam, the children go to school and learn a trade.

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In Tanzania, hundreds of child workers have been withdrawn from domestic service thanks to common efforts of CHODAWU (Conservation, Hotels, Domestic and Allied Workers Union) and the ILO's International Program on the Elimination of Child Labour (IPEC). CHODAWU runs a prevention program involving employers, unions, local chiefs and NGOs, teachers and parents, to break the recruitment chain and reintegrate children in their families and school. In their Centre in Dar es Salaam, the children go to school and learn a trade.

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In Tanzania, hundreds of child workers have been withdrawn from domestic service thanks to common efforts of CHODAWU (Conservation, Hotels, Domestic and Allied Workers Union) and the ILO's International Program on the Elimination of Child Labour (IPEC). CHODAWU runs a prevention program involving employers, unions, local chiefs and NGOs, teachers and parents, to break the recruitment chain and reintegrate children in their families and school. In their Centre in Dar es Salaam, the children go to school and learn a trade.

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Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Young girl working for a family as a maid but with no salary, she deals with all house works from dawn to dusk.

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Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Young girl working for a family as a maid but with no salary, she deals with all house works from dawn to dusk and also takes care of the children.
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Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Young girl working for a family as a maid but with no salary, she deals with all house works from dawn to dusk and also takes care of the children.
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Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Young girl working for a family as a maid but with no salary, she deals with all house works from dawn to dusk and also takes care of the children.
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Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Young girl working for a family as a maid but with no salary, she deals with all house works from dawn to dusk and also takes care of the children.
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Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Young house maid carrying a bag of grains weighing more than 30 kilos.
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6 o'clock in the morning, domestic worker sweeping the street in front of a private property in the Golf Links area, Delhi.
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Young girls working as maids in a family in the suburbs of Nairobi.
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This photo is the result of a photographic competition organized by the International Labour Office New Delhi branch to promote decent work for domestic workers. Original caption by the author: WEAVERS : Cottage industry with maintaining the Gandhian ideology.
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Young servant in a suburb of Dakar.
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Young servant.
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Domestic worker in Egypt
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Bargaining conditions for the recruitment of a domestic child worker.
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