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International Domestic Workers Federation (IDWF)

International Domestic Workers Federation (IDWF)

The International Domestic Workers Federation (IDWF) is a membership-based global organization of domestic and household workers. IDWF was launched in October 2013.  IDWF’s objective is to build a strong, democratic and united domestic/household workers’ global organization to protect and advance domestic workers’ rights everywhere.

Self-Employed Women’s Association (SEWA)

Self-Employed Women’s Association (SEWA)

New Solutions: Health and Safety for Informal Workers

New Solutions: Health and Safety for Informal Workers

Access to health insurance for women headload porters in Accra, Ghana

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Photo: Jonathan Torgovnik/Getty Images Reportage

Job Posting: Bangkok Focal City (FC) Coordinator

Job Posting:
Bangkok Focal City (FC) Coordinator

Terms of Reference

This is a part-time role (3 days/week), reporting to WIEGO’s Programme Strategy Advisor.

Key functions of the role are as follows:

WIEGO Job Postings

 

Bangkok Focal City (FC) Coordinator

Posted: July 8, 2016

This is a part-time role (3 days/week), reporting to WIEGO’s Programme Strategy Advisor (read more)

WIEGO Team Bios

Olga Abizaid, WIEGO Communications OfficerOlga Abizaid
Spanish Writer/Editor

WIEGO Team

Programme Team

See biographies of WIEGO Team members.

Marty Chen
International Coordinator
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Joann Vanek
Director, Statistics
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Core Programmes

Core Programmes

WIEGO's Core Programmes  For each of its programme areas, WIEGO commissions issues papers to identify programme, research and policy priorities. It then convenes workshops of grassroots, research and policy actors. Collaborating institutions and individuals undertake component activities.

WIEGO Working Paper Series

The WIEGO Working Paper Series is part of our  Publication Series. Our working papers feature research that makes either an empirical or theoretical contribution to existing knowledge about the informal economy. Particular attention is paid to policy-relevant research. This series includes statistical profiles of informal employment and critical analysis of data collection and classification methods. Methodological issues and innovations, as well as suggestions for future research, are considered.

StreetNet International

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