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Mexico City Recognizes the Rights of Informal Waste Pickers

Mexico City Recognizes the Rights of Informal Waste Pickers

 

WIEGO Briefs

WIEGO Briefs are part of our Publication Series.

Promoting R204 in Malawi

WIEGO’s Law Programme and its Organization and Representation Programme partnered with the Malawi Union for the Informal Sector (MUFIS) to promote the implementation of R204 in Malawi, beginning in 2016.

"Making C189 Real": The Domestic Workers Project

"Making C189 Real": The Domestic Workers Project

C189In 2011, the ILO adopted the Decent Work for Domestic Workers Convention (No. 189, known as C189) and its accompanying Recommendation (No.

Administrative Justice Project

All over the world, people who rely on access to public space and public resources face a litany of challenges to earn their livelihoods. The challenges largely result from decisions made by local government authorities who control public space and access to waste and land.

Newsletter on Law & the Informal Economy, March 2019

Newsletter on Law & the Informal Economy

March 2019

Law and the Informal Economy: Past Activities

Law Programme: Past Activities

Street Vendors, Thailand
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Law Programme Engagement in Global Agenda Setting Processes

Law Programme Engagement in Global Agenda Setting Processes

WIEGO's Law Programme aims to challenge mainstream assumptions about law and informal workers -- namely that informal workers operate outside the law, or that their work is criminal -- at multiple levels. One important way we do this is by engaging in global agenda-setting processes.