Workers' Lives profiles individual workers to explore the informal employment issues. part of the WIEGO Publication Series, these papers illuminate, in different contexts, the living and working environments of informal workers and how they experience first-hand the impact of policies and organizing initiatives.
Devenish, Annie and Laura Alfers. Bridges to Better Lives: SEWA's Community Health Workers. WIEGO Workers' Lives No. 7
Vryenhoek, Leslie. Gaining Ground: The Cooperative Life of a Smallholder in Uganda. WIEGO Workers' Lives No. 6
Carré, Françoise. Location, Location, Location: The Life of a Refugee Street Barber in Durban, South Africa. WIEGO Workers' Lives No. 5
Vryenhoek, Leslie. Small World, Big Goals: A Home-Based Garment Worker in Delhi. WIEGO Workers' Lives No. 4
Castel-Branco, Ruth. Organizing the Patience Industry: Profile of a Domestic Worker in Maputo, Mozambique. WIEGO Workers' Lives No. 3
Vryenhoek, Leslie. Headstrong: Profile of a Headloader in Ahmedabad. WIEGO Workers' Lives No. 2
de Brito, Deia. God Is My Alarm Clock: A Brazilian Waste Picker's Story. WIEGO Workers' Lives No. 1