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Workers education

Workers education

HNSEA Module on Effective Communications

Communicationsis a very important aspect of poor, self employed women’s lives and struggles,. These women communicate in their own way and with various groups in society. They are inspired by and draw strength from each other, and a sense of solidarity and unity develops among them.

Working in Garment Supply Chains: A Homeworker’s Toolkit

Toolkit designed in response to a demand of HNSA’s membership. It aims to offer an understanding on global and domestic garment supply chains, the issues aced withing these supply chains and highlights existing legal instruments. The tool kit is meant for trainers and organisers.

A – Z of Home-Based Workers

An illustration poster outlining the different types of work done by home-based workers aimed at enhancing workers’ stories and understanding the wide variety of activities in the sector.

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Clean Clothes Podcast Ep #5: Formalise It! Rights for All Workers

In this episode of the Clean Clothes Podcast Janhavi Dave, HomeNet International, Zehra Khan, Home Based Women Workers Federation, Poonsap Tulaphan, HomeNet Thailand & Foundation for Labour and Employment Promotion share how home-based workers – mostly working in the garment sector – have organised over several decades, and their main wins.

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