Discussion on Protecting the Rights of Domestic Workers. 

22nd JUNE 2018: Discussion on Protecting the Rights of Domestic Workers.

Protecting and Promoting Rights of Domestic Workers in India
on 22 June 2018
from 4:30 PM to 6:00 PM
at Oxford Bookstore, N-81 Connaught Place,
New Delhi


As part of its ongoing campaign #DignityOfMyLabour, PRIA in collaboration with Apne Aap Women Worldwide is organising a discussion to build consensus on the rights of domestic workers.
For all those interested and want to commit to ensuring domestic workers are treated with respect and dignity, come to Oxford Bookstore on 22nd June between 4.30 p.m. and 6.00 p.m.

Listen to the experiences of domestic workers who are trying to raise awareness among their employers to respect the work being done by them. Our panelists will also share current policies and regulations available for the protection of domestic workers and the stand of the Indian government at an international level on the ILO conventions.

Panelists:

Ms. Khadija, a domestic worker and group leader of Ekta Collective, Harijan Basti, Gurgaon. She has been part of PRIA’s project for the past 18 months and is at the frontline from her community trying to get dignity and recognition for their work.

Mr. Subhash Bhatnagar, Chief Functionary, Nirmana and Convener, National Domestic Workers Platform. For over 30 years, Mr. Bhatnagar has promoted and supported the rights of construction workers and domestic workers.

Mr. Alok Kumar, Trade Union Activist, Independent Research scholar, Executive Committee Member, Ghaarelu Kaamgar Union, Gurgaon.

 

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