Cambodia Labour Conferedation (CLC) - Coalition of Cambodian Apparel Workers Union (C.CAWDU). The research identifies the challenges that Cambodian garment workers face at the workplace, in actively participating in their union, in attaining leadership positions, and in having their issues taken up and prioritised. Specific recommendations are made by the Gender Committee in light of the findings.
The OSH Legal Resource Handbook is intended to serve as a practical reference handbook for those legal practitioners and activists involved in the struggle to seek compensation and justice for victims of occupational injuries and diseases. It aims to be a hands-on manual and provide an overview of the working of the law and its implementation. It is supplemented with case studies that give the reader an insight into the working of the laws in the region. It will also serve as a tool to aid cross-border alliances and build strong solidarity among victims’ support groups across the region.
For social protection to be truly rights-based, the manner by which it is financed should also be rights-based. A rights-based financing for rights-based social protection would mean that financing should come primarily from the government funds to counter IFIs’ involvement in social protection and the financialisation of social protection funds.
This study traces the changes in domestic work as a result of the transformation in class relations and family restructuring in India. It also delves into the caste dynamics and the reorganisation of residential colonies in urban areas that today define how domestic workers are viewed in society. It therefore opens up the discussion on how to organise domestic workers in the changed economic and social climate.
This education module on capital mobility explains the capitalist crisis, and assesses the impact of capital mobility on workers and trade unions. The module also provides stories of workers in the global supply chains and their struggles.