Skip to comments.New treaty aims to protect millions of domestic workers
Posted on 06/17/2011 3:58:29 PM PDT by combat_boots
The International Labour Organisation has overwhelmingly backed a new convention to protect domestic workers as governments try to establish a universal standard to protect as many as 100 million people worldwide.
Member countries of the International Labour Organisation (ILO) on Thursday voted overwhelmingly in favour of a landmark treaty to protect the rights of domestic workers worldwide. Advocates of the new convention say a universal standard is needed to address the situation of workers that have long remained among the most exploited and abused.
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Posted by Anders
treaty to protect the rights of domestic workers worldwide.
i am sure this treaty will be scrupulously observed, especially for Christian workers in Muslim countries like Saudi Arabia...
Mixed feelings. While I am annoyed that the UN thinks it is a governing body; while I am pissed that yet another agency wants to impose legislative will — at the same time I am a little delighted that those individuals financially capable of hiring domestic health FINALLY get to feel the sting of oppression in the form of overly busy government.