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Theme: Informal Economy & WIEGO
Occupational Group(s): Domestic Workers
Lund, Francie. .  "Hierarchies of Care Work in South Africa: Nurses, Social Workers and Home-based Care Workers."  International Labour Review,  Vol. 149,  Issue No. 4.
Lund, Francie and Debbie Budlender. .  Paid Care Providers in South Africa: Nurses, Domestic Workers, and Home-Based Care Workers.  United Nations Research Institute for Social Development (UNRISD).
Mantouvalou, Virginia. .  "Human Rights for Precarious Workers: The Legislative Precariousness of Domestic Labor."  Comparative Labor Law and Policy Journal,  Vol. 34 (Fall 2012),
Marchetti, Sabrina. .  Together? On the Not-so-easy Relationship Between Italian Labour Organisations and Migrant Domestic Workers' Groups.  International Center for Development and Decent Work.
Mather, Celia, ed. .  Out of the Shadows: Organising and protecting domestic workers in Europe: The role of trade unions.  European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC).
McCann, Deirdre. .  "New Frontiers of Regulation: Domestic Work, Working Conditions, and the Holistic Assessment of Nonstandard Work Norms."  Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal,  Vol. 34,  Issue No. 1.
McCann, Deirdre and Jill Murray. .  "Prompting Formalisation Through Labour Market Regulation: A ‘Framed Flexibility’ Model for Domestic Work."  Industrial Law Journal,  Vol. 43,  Issue No. 3.
Medici, Gabriela and Adelle Blackett. .  "Ratification as International Solidarity – Reflections on Switzerland and Decent Work for Domestic Workers."  Connecticut Journal of International Law,  Vol. 31,
Mezgebo Gebremedhin, Mussie. .  "Procrastination in Recognizing the Rights of Domestic Workers in Ethiopia."  Mizan Law Review,  Vol. 10,  Issue No. 1.
Milkman, Ruth, Ellen Reese and Benita Roth. .  "The Macrosociology of Paid Domestic Labor."  Work and Occupations,  Vol. 25,  Issue No. 4.