Agreeing a strong and inclusive ILO Convention and Recommendation on Ending Violence and Harassment in the World of Work in June 2019

This policy brief sets out CARE International’s top line positions and comments following the publication of the ILO ‘Blue Report’ (8 March 2019) and ahead of the 2019 International Labour Conference (10-21 June 2019).

The policy brief sets out key messages for governments, employers and trade unions and provides background and analysis in support of CARE’s position and messages.

  • Countries: Global
  • Published: March 2019
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