One of the highlights of our Congress was the Home-Based Workers Bazaar, a curated marketplace that brought together home-based workers from five distinct regions. The bazaar served as a platform for home-based workers to exhibit their craftsmanship and present a wide array of products. From woven textiles to carved handicrafts, the bazaar embodied the remarkable diversity and skill that permeates the work of these talented individuals. Attendees had the privilege of engaging directly with the home-based workers, discovering the stories behind each piece and gaining a deeper appreciation for their contributions. The Home-Based Workers Bazaar not only underscored the economic significance of their labour but also the key role these communities play in preserving cultural heritage and promoting sustainable livelihoods.