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Care at Work - ILO Report

Direct Link to Full 428 ILO 2022 CARE AT WORK Report:


The report provides a global overview of national laws and practices regarding care policies, namely maternity protection, paternity, parental and other care-related leave policies, as well as childcare and long-term care services.

Based on an ILO legal survey of 185 countries, the report reviews progress made around the world over the past decade while assessing the persisting and significant legal gaps that translate into a lack of protection and support for millions of workers with family responsibilities across the world. It takes the requirements and principles of relevant international labour standards – in particular the ILO Conventions and Recommendations on maternity protection and workers with family responsibilities – as the benchmark. The report pays attention to the most frequently excluded workers, such as the self-employed, workers in the informal economy, migrants, and adoptive and LGBTQI+ parents. It concludes with a call for action to invest in a transformative package of care policies that is central to the broader international agenda on investing in the care economy – a breakthrough pathway for building a better and more gender equal world of work.

Извор: WUNRN – 12.03.2022


The Hidden Epidemic of Brain Injuries from Domestic Violence


Research shows that survivors of abuse can sustain head trauma more often than football players. But they are almost never diagnosed

‘So much money goes into investigating concussions in sports. … There’s no money to be made from studying intimate-partner abuse.’

By Christa Hillstrom

March 1 2022 - Her chipped front tooth was harder to hide than the broken molars knocked loose during two decades of beatings. When she went shopping, she would hold items in her hands, assessing how much damage they would do to her body. She had stopped buying leather belts, the braided kind. She remembered getting some of her injuries. With others, the memories hung fuzzy and distant.

They met in 1996, when she was a teenager with a new baby. She had already spent years raising her younger siblings when her own mother, who suffered from mental illness and was a survivor of domestic abuse, could not. The first time Becky remembers her boyfriend hurting her, about six months into their relationship, was when he was joking around: a tug on her hair that was surprisingly forceful. Underneath the laughing, something felt mean. And then the meanness got darker.


EU - Women in Times of COVID 19 - Report


Most EU women blame COVID pandemic for spike in gender violence -poll (msn.com)

Direct Link to Full 7-Page Report: Women_in_times_of_Covid19_2022_ep_eb_fl_summary_en.pdf

March 4, 2020 - Marking International Women’s Day 2022, the European Parliament commissioned a Flash Eurobarometer survey to gather women's opinions on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on violence against women, mental health and women’s working lives. 77% of women in the EU think that the COVID-19 pandemic has led to an increase in physical and emotional violence against women in their own country, ranging from 93% in Greece to 47% in Hungary. Four in ten respondents (38%) say the pandemic has also had a negative impact on women’s income, as well as on their work-life balance (44%) and on the amount of time they allocate to paid work (21%). Specifically looking at gender related issues, the study also focuses on women’s future priorities for the European Parliament. Trafficking and sexual exploitation for women and children (47%) and mental and physical violence against women (47%), followed by the pay gap between women and men and its impact on career development (41%), are the top 3 gender priorities for the European Parliament.

Извор: WUNRN – 06.03.2022


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