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Theme: Informal Economy & WIEGO
Occupational Group(s): Domestic Workers
Ally, Shireen. .  From Servants to Workers: South African Domestic Workers and the Democratic State.  Cornell University Press.
Arudpragasam, Amita. .  Sri Lanka: Domestic Workers and Civil Society.  Verité Research.
Bamu, Pamhidzai. .  "Nurturing a culture of compliance with domestic workers’ rights in South Africa."  in Darcy du Toit, ed.  Exploited, undervalued – and essential: Domestic workers and the realization of their rights.  Pretoria:  Pretoria University Law Press.
Basten, Anna. .  Promote industrial relations in the domestic work sector in Europe.  European Federation of Food, Agriculture and Tourism Trade Unions.
Ben-Israel, Hanny and Jacob Udell, ed. .  Revisiting CEDAW's Recommendations: Has anything changed for migrant workers in Israel in the last two years?.  Kav LaOved (Worker’s Hotline).
Bencomo, Clarisa. .  "Inside the Home, Outside the Law: Abuse of Child Domestic Workers in Morocco."  Human Rights Watch,  Vol. 17,  Issue No. 12(E).
Blackett, Adelle, ed. .  "Introduction: Regulating Decent Work for Domestic Workers."  Canadian Journal of Women and the Law,  Vol. 23,  Issue No. 1.
Blackett, Adelle. .  Making domestic work visible: The case for specific regulation.  ILO.
Blackett, Adelle. .  "Promoting Domestic Workers’ Human Dignity through Specific Regulation."  in Antoinette Fauve-Chamoux, ed.  Domestic Service and the Formation of European Identity: Understanding the Globalization of Domestic Work, 16th-21st Centuries.  Bern:  Peter Lang Publishing.
Blackett, Adelle and Thierry Galani Tiemeni. .  Regulatory Innovation in The Governance of Decent Work for Domestic Workers in South Africa: Access to Justice and the Commission on Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration.  McGill University - Labor Law and Development Research Lab.