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Brochure on Decent Work for Domestic Workers in the Philippines

Numerous laws and legislations for workers had been passed in several countries but they all excluded domestic workers since for domestic work was always perceived as not a real form of employment. During the 100th Session of the International Labour Conference (ILC), an international labour standard for domestic workers was adopted in June 2011 by the members of the ILC in Geneva.

Type: Brochure
Date issued: 04 December 2012
Authors: Ana Liza U. Valencia, National Project Coordinator
Format available: 2 p.

Tags: decent work, domestic workers, working conditions, ILO conventions

Regions and countries covered: Philippines

Unit responsible: ILO Country Office for the Philippines

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