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Decent work for domestic workers: Frequently asked questions on standard-setting at the 100th International Labour Conference

Type: Fact sheet
Date issued: 23 May 2011

The International Labour Organization (ILO) is the United Nations’ specialized agency responsible for setting international labour standards. In June 2011, the ILO’s International Labour Conference (ILC) will discuss an agenda item entitled “Decent work for domestic workers” with a view to the adoption of new international labour standards on domestic workers. FAQ.

Tags: domestic workers

Unit responsible: Conditions of Work and Equality (WORKQUALITY)

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