Home-Based Workers International Network

HOMENET INTERNATIONAL (HNI) is a global network of membership-based workers’ organizations representing thousands of home-based workers (HBWs) around the world. In February 2021, 36 HBW organizations from 20 countries became the first affiliate members to join the organization, representing more than 600 000 HBWs. The network aims to achieve the following: raise visibility and gain recognition of home-based workers (HBWs) as workers, build and provide solidarity amongst HBWs around common issues and use the power of a global voice to influence governments and employers globally.

HomeNet

Home-based workers organisations organizing in South Africa, Uganda, Tanzania, Kenya, Ethiopia.

Coordinadora Regional de Organizaciones de Trabjadores y Trabajadoras en Domicilio en América Latina y el Caribe, organizing home-based workers in Latin America.

HomeNet

A sub-regional network of national networks of home-based workers in six countries in the region.

HomeNet

A regional network of home-based workers organizations across eight countries in the region. 

COVID-19

Since the pandemic began, home-based and homeworkers who produce goods and services for local markets or as subcontracted workers for national and global supply chains have not had orders or sales for weeks, even months. The COVID-19 crisis has created new challenges that have left millions in desperate circumstances. Learn more about their organizing, demands and solidarity support.

Activities

Consult the calendar of events to learn more about the Network’s activities and how they organize to effectively engage with members and key audiences in different locations. 

International day of non-violence against women

Campaña Global de los 16 Días
En esta pandemia las trabajadoras en domicilio como las del comercio ambulatorio nuestra situación a sido critico económicamente ya que no se pudo trabajar mas las autoridades se dedicaron a desalojar clausurar los comercios

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Situation of covid 19 in Nicaragua

In Nicaragua, since March 18, when the first case of Covid-19 was reported, the Government took all the prevention measures guided by the WHO and put into practice all the protocols of the Ministry of Health, in turn carried out campaigns, talks and trainings at the national level, sensitizing citizens about all prevention measures against

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