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Theme: Informal Economy & WIEGO
Occupational Group(s): Waste Pickers
Gunsilius, Ellen, ed, Sandra Spies, ed and Sofía García-Cortés, ed. .  Recovering resources, creating opportunities: Integrating the informal sector into solid waste management.  Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ).
Gunsilius, Ellen, Bharati Chaturvedi and Anne Scheinberg. .  The Economics of the Informal Sector in Solid Waste Management.  Collaborative Working Group on Solid Waste Management in Low- and Middle-income Countries (CWG).
Horn, Zoe. .  No Cushion to Fall Back On - Executive Summary.  WIEGO and Inclusive Cities.
Horn, Zoe Elena. .  No Cushion to Fall Back On: The Global Economic Crisis and Informal Workers.  WIEGO and Inclusive Cities.
Horn, Zoe Elena. .  Sin Colchón que Amortigüe la Caída: La Crisis Económica Global y los Trabajadores de la Economía Informal.  WIEGO and Inclusive Cities.
ILO, . .  Street Traders and their Organisations in South Africa.  ILO.
ILO/IPEC. .  Addressing the Exploitation of Children in Scavenging (Waste Picking): A Thematic Evaluation of Action on Child Labour.  International Labour Office.
Kabeer, Nalia, ed, Ratna Sudarshan, ed and Kirsty Milward, ed. .  Organizing Women Workers in the Informal Economy: Beyond the Weapons of the Weak.  London:  Zed Books.
King, Megan F. and Jutta Gutberlet. .  "Contribution of cooperative sector recycling to greenhouse gas emissions reduction: A case study of Ribeirão Pires, Brazil."  Waste Management,
KKPKP, . .  A Note on SWaCH.  KKPKP.