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Knowledge Sharing Forums on Domestic Work

Document | 05 April 2013

The purpose of knowledge sharing forums (KSF) on domestic work is to facilitate continued exchange and cooperation among countries for the promotion of decent work for domestic workers. KSFs take place at the regional or sub-regional level, bringing together governments, workers’ and employers’ representatives to share knowledge and experiences about selected policy areas relevant to the region. Knowledge developed and shared at each forum feeds into the development of policies and help national constituents tackle important issues they face.

The forums also deepen understanding of the Domestic Workers Convention (No. 189) and Recommendation (No. 201), 2011, and support efforts towards implementation, as well as ratification of the Convention.

Foro Regional Protección y Seguridad Social para Trabajadoras Domésticas en América Latina
Santiago de Chile, Chile, 4-6 diciembre 2013

Regional knowledge-sharing forum on formalizing employment relationships and tackling exploitative practices in domestic work
Dar es Salaam, United Republic of Tanzania, 28-30 May 2013

Realizing decent work for domestic workers in Asia
Bangkok, Thailand, 24-26 April 2013

Regional knowledge sharing forum on organizing domestic workers II
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 16-19 October 2012

Regional knowledge-sharing forum on labour inspection in the domestic work sector
Lisbon, Portugal, 11-12 October 2012

Regional knowledge sharing conference to promote Convention No. 189 in Arab States
Cairo, Egypt, 22-24 October 2012

Regional knowledge sharing forum on organizing domestic workers I
Mexico City, Mexico, 2-3 May 2012

Tags: domestic workers

Unit responsible: Conditions of Work and Equality (WORKQUALITY)

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