How We End Gender-Based Violence at Work

Episode 1 March 09, 2021 00:31:22
How We End Gender-Based Violence at Work
Solidarity Center
How We End Gender-Based Violence at Work

Mar 09 2021 | 00:31:22

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Show Notes

As we mark International Women's Day, South African union activist Brenda Modise shares how union women around the world successfully pushed the International Labor Organization for adoption of Convention 190 to end gender-based violence and harassment (GBVH) at work, and talks about how unions in South Africa are part of a broad feminist network campaigning to end GBVH there.

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