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A chain is only as strong as its weakest link: Why EU mandatory due diligence legislation must include homeworkers

As part of the 8th OECD Forum on Due Diligence in the Garment and Footwear Sector, HomeNet International (HNI) along with regional organisations, HomeNet South Asia, and HomeNet SouthEast Asia, Women in Informal Employment Organising and Globalising (WIEGO), HomeWorkers Worldwide and Traidcraft Exchange, held a side session on February 25, 2022, titled: “A chain is

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RENATTA-Perú Visited its Members and Registered the Organization in the Labour Ministry of Peru

RENATTA is an organization made up of 1260 market vendors, street vendors, and home-based workers. It is part of the Campaign “Workers Overcoming Covid-19“ carried out by Informal Economy Workers´ Organizations in Lima, Peru. As part of the activities, from October to December 2021, RENATTA´s President (Rita Maguiña), Vice-President (Alcira Varillas) and Secretary of Organization

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ATEMDO Met Brazilian Home-based Workers in the Cities of Miravânia (Minas Gerais State), Aracati (Ceará State), Artur Nogueira, Osasco and Guarulhos (São Paulo State)

In November and December 2021 the team from Associação de Trabalhadores em Domicílio (ATEMDO) organized face-to-face meetings with associations and self-employed HBWs in Miravânia- Minas Gerais; Osasco, Guarulhos and Artur Nogueira- São Paulo; and an online meeting with Artsol Association of Aracati city, Ceará. The project “Ancestrality: redeeming knowledge to build the future” supported by

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HomeNet Kenya Holds Capacity Building Trainings in 8 Cluster Areas

By: Edwin Bett, HNI International Working Committee member HomeNet Kenya with the support of WIEGO and HomeNet International did schedule to carry out capacity building trainings through mobilization and organising sessions across the eight (8) cluster areas of Machakos, Nairobi, Kisii, Kisumu, Bungoma, Lodwar, North Rift (Nandi and Elgeyo Marakwet) and Central Rift (Naivasha, Laikipia

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