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Theme: Informal Economy & WIEGO
Occupational Group(s): Domestic Workers
Chen, Martha. .  Self Employed Women : A Profile of SEWA's Membership.  Self-Employed Women's Association.
Cohen, Jonathan. .  "Borderline Slavery: Child Trafficking in Togo."  Human Rights Watch,  Vol. 15,  Issue No. 8(A).
Constable, Nicole. .  Made to Order in Hong Kong: An Ethnography of Filipina Workers.  Ithaca:  Cornell University Press.
Daly, Mary. .  Care Work: The Quest for Security.  Geneva:  ILO.
.  "Decent Work for Domestic Workers."  World of Work Magazine,  Vol. 68,
Dejardin, Amelita King. .  Working Hours in Domestic Work.  ILO.
Domestic Workers United and DataCenter. .  Home is Where the Work is: Inside New York's Domestic Work Industry.  Domestic Workers United and DataCenter.
du Toit, Darcy, ed. .  Exploited, undervalued – and essential: Domestic workers and the realization of their rights.  Pretoria:  Pretoria University Law Press.
European Trades Union Confederation. .  Out of the Shadow: Organising Domestic Workers Towards a Protective Regulatory Framework for Domestic Work.
Gamlin, Jennie, Agnes Zeneida V Camacho, Michelle Ong, Audrey Guichon and Therese M Hesketh. .  Home Truths: Wellbeing and Vulnerabilities of Child Domestic Workers.  Anti-Slavery International.