Latest from WIEGO's Law Programme
Law & Informality Insights - September 2022
This edition describes the steps taken to engage in a regional strategy for the recognition of homeworkers as legitimate supply chain workers entitled to labour rights, benefits and protections. Since this is an ongoing process, we offer this as a reflection and invite engagement.
Law & Informality Insights - March 2022
Applying insights from critical legal studies, this issue of Law and Informality Insights explores how informal workers use the law to resolve their disputes with local authorities. Through the author’s personal reflection, the brief explores how we as lawyers can engage in social movement lawyering to advance and realize the rights of informal workers on their own terms.
Law & Informality Insights - August 2021
This edition of Law and Informality Insights analyzes the implications for informal workers of the recent African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights’ advisory opinion, which was delivered in response to a continental challenge against vagrancy laws.