After this year’s celebrations of workers’ history, it’s time to focus on the ongoing fights for the rights of domestic workers, direct care workers, and guest workers.
A representative of the Philippine parliament visits Syria to bring home overseas workers caught in the civil war.
Join Break the Chain Campaign’s Tiffany Williams as she presents “Working with Immigrant Survivors of Human Trafficking” at the Catholic University School of Social Work’s day-long conference on Human Trafficking. She will present the context and challenges facing service providers and some best practices for their work during the afternoon breakout sessions.
“The Help” is drawing attention to today’s domestic workers.
Thoughts, expectations, and plans for the We Belong Together delegation travels to Georgia to bring attention to the ways in which unjust immigration laws affect women, children and families.
A delegation of women leaders will travel to the Peach state to hear about the negative impacts that immigration enforcement has on immigrant families.
A recent study shows the complexities of care work in the Unites States, just as the Caring Across Generations campaign shows its ready to work for reform.
As America’s “age wave” begins this year – with one American turning 65 every eight seconds – Caring Across Generations seeks to transform long-term care in the United States.
With Medicare and Medicaid on the chopping block at the state and federal levels, the crisis for seniors and people with disabilities is becoming as urgent as the crisis facing the workers who are caring for them.
The United States should be a leader and ratify the ILO’s historic new convention.
Domestic workers are finally on the agenda at the International Labor Organization — thanks to the efforts of a new social movement.
A new ILO convention that may get approved this month would provide minimum protections for domestic workers around the world.
She deserves compassion as the global punditocracy conjectures about what’s going happen to the IMF without that French “rockstar” at its helm.
Instead of a bouquet or greeting card, she’d really appreciate a new respect for the value of care, in all its forms, and a new vision for what we deserve as Americans when it comes to giving and receiving care.
Rather than race to the bottom, where no one has rights, why shouldn’t we work together to ensure that everyone does?