About ending gender-based violence at work
The impressive campaigns of CNV Internationaal's partner unions in Benin and Senegal, will be integrated as a source of inspiration for other unions, in a forthcoming book by Jane Pillinger. The campaigns focus on the ratification of ILO Convention 190 that aims to prevent and stop gender-based violence and harassment at work. The book Pillinger is writing, together with Robin Runge and Chidi King, will be published next year with the title: ‘The global campaign to outlaw gender-based violence and harassment at work.’ The chapter about our partners' campaigns can be read here.
Jane Pillinger is a global expert on gender equality and gender-based violence at work. We are grateful that we are allowed to publish the chapter about the campaigns from COSI Benin and UDTS Senegal in advance.
Publication date: 2021-07-23
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