Webinar – Home-based Workers Day 2023 and Launch of HNI’s First Global Campaign: Towards Ratification of ILO C177, Labour Rights, Social Protection and Decent Work

On October 20th, we gathered to honor home-based workers from around the world and celebrate their strength, accomplishments, and acts of resilience. We also took the opportunity to present HomeNet International’s first global advocacy campaign, urging for the ratification of ILO Convention 177.


  1. Josephine Olive Parilla
    President of HomeNet International and HomeNet SouthEast Asia’s Regional Coordinator.
  2. Manali Shah
    Vice-President of HomeNet International and the National Secretary of SEWA (Self-Employed Women's Association) in India.
  3. Titin Kustini
    HomeNet Indonesia, Indonesia
  4. Poonsap Tulaphan
    HomeNet Thailand, Thailand
  5. Tatiana Rojas
    CONATRADO, Chile
  6. Jaqueline Serrano
    Garment Workers Federation, Argentina
  7. Zehra Khan
    Home-based Women Workers Federation (HBWWF)
  8. Prabha Pokhrel
    Chairperson of Home-based Workers Concern Society Nepal, Nepal
  1. Manali Shah
    Vice-President of HomeNet International and National Secretary of SEWA, India
  2. IIija Boevski
    Director, Dora Dom, Macedonia
  3. Petya Klimentova
    TPK HomeNet 2016, Bulgaria
  4. Shorena Phularia
    Transport and Highway Workers Trade Union, Georgia
  5. Elizabeth Nzilani
    National Executive Committee member, HomeNet Kenya, Kenya
  6. Veronica Temba
    Treasurer, UWAKE, Tanzania
  7. Jemima Nyakongo
    HomeNet International's Treasurer, and Chairperson of HomeNet Kenya

Facebook Streaming (recorded)


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Laura Revelo

HNI Communications Officer