From Aspiration to Realization: ILO Convention 189 on Decent Work for Domestic Workers— April 10, 2012
This publication reports on MFA’s engagement at the 100th Session of the International Labour Conference heldContinue Reading ...
Reports and provisional records from the 100th Session of the ILC— June 16, 2011
The International Labour Organisation published provisional records concerning decent work for domesticContinue Reading ...
World Leaders Address the ILC— June 13, 2011
On June 14th, in a high-level session of the International Labour Conference, Indonesian President SusiloContinue Reading ...
ILO Convention 189: Decent Work for Domestic Workers!— June 10, 2011
Geneva, Switzerland “As it is so hereby adopted.” At 12:15pm on June 10th, the Committee on DomesticContinue Reading ...
ILC Committee on Domestic Work Adopts Recommendation Text— June 10, 2011
The Deliberations at the ILC on the Convention for Domestic Work have come to a close. After deliberationsContinue Reading ...
Statement: Upholding the Rights and Dignity of Domestic Workers: an ILO Convention after 63 years— June 9, 2011
Geneva, Switzerland: On June 9th, MFA representatives addressed the media to share reflections on theContinue Reading ...
Deliberations at the ILC Continue Following Adoption of Convention Text— June 7, 2011
Following the excitement of last night’s adoption of the Convention for Domestic Work by the Committee,Continue Reading ...
ILC Social Partners Debate Provisions of Domestic Workers’ Convention— June 3, 2011
The social partners of the International Labour Conference – employers groups, governments, and workersContinue Reading ...
Empowerment of Migrant Workers in Times of Crisis Through Access to Justice— March 17, 2023
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Statement of ABACOM and Lawyers Beyond Borders: Commitment to advance the rights of migrant workers— December 13, 2022
JOINT STATEMENT ASEAN CIVIL SOCIETY CONFERENCE – ASEAN PEOPLES’ FORUM 2022— November 8, 2022
MFA is a regional network of non-government organizations (NGOs), associations and trade unions of migrant workers, and individual advocates in Asia who are committed to protect and promote the rights and welfare of migrant workers.
It is guided by a vision of an alternative world system based on respect for human rights and dignity, social justice, and gender equity, particularly for migrant workers.
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