This document outlines the various major labour laws in Indonesia that govern labor and employment relations in line with national aspirations and interests as well as international labor standards and practices particularly the fundamental principles and rights.
This report examines legal capacity building activities with home-based workers, street vendors and domestic workers from the Law and Informality Project for different regions of India where the Self-Employed Women’s Association (SEWA) is active.
Millions of women work long hours, in dangerous conditions, for little pay. They are fighting for change, with the help of ILO Convention 189 on Decent Work for Domestic Workers. Watch this video to learn how.
This brief provides waste picker organizations, policymakers and practitioners with information about waste-to-energy initiatives, and solid waste management models that are true to an inclusive, circular economy while being suited for local contexts and offering livelihood protection.
This manual helps street vendors learn more about the regulations that govern public space and how to defend the right to work in public space. It describes successful actions taken by street vendor organizations. And it offers information to help you organize and negotiate with local government.