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REMINDER: 16 Days of Activism against Gender Violence: Advancing the Campaign to End Violence in the Workplace - Shared screen with speaker view
cansu.aydin
27:29
Can't hear much
Nedjma.Ouerdane
27:46
a bit
Daniel Almeida Cherrez
43:17
Do we know which actors (from which countries / regions) are strongly against a broader definition of world of work / worker?
Daniel Almeida Cherrez
47:54
me too
Suzi Chinnery
47:55
i see it
Jane Iredale
47:55
see them!
Nedjma.Ouerdane
48:00
We're seeing it too :)
Nedjma.Ouerdane
48:04
yes - it is not a prob
cansu.aydin
48:06
I do see them as well! :)
Jane Iredale
48:19
i thought it was a special design feature! :-)
Nilufar
01:09:48
I can't see any slides - is it just me or is anyone else just seeing a black screen?
roslynmacvean
01:10:23
I can’t see slides either
Nilufar
01:13:13
yes perfect thanks!
Hilary Mathews
01:14:08
will share the full deck after the fact! Sorry for the tech issues. Thanks for your patience.
Joe Sutcliffe
01:20:11
The slides are very small. I think we have the presenters view instead of the slideshow view.
Daniel Almeida Cherrez
01:21:29
much better
cansu.aydin
01:22:46
There is background noice
Daniel Almeida Cherrez
01:34:34
Thank you Milkah
fabio
01:35:50
many countries have laws that discriminate against LGBT (making same sex behavior or relationships illegal). how does the ILO potential convention deal with that? Also curious how our PSEA deals with harassment based on sexual orientation or gender identity and if it does how is that dealt with in countries where LGBT relations are illegal?
Nilufar
01:37:06
Great presentations from everyone - thanks! Q for Veronica - how do the organisations in the Domestic Workers 'movement' address the challenges caused by informality and identifying Domestic Workers -
Joe Sutcliffe
01:41:05
General comment, but interested in views from Milkah and other presenters. Veronica and Suzi mentioned that GBV in the workplace is often not considered a 'core' labour rights issue, or a labour rights issue at all. This perception plays out in reality, as in general gender issues and the experiences of women in the workplace are not well reflected in labour laws or standards. Does the proposed ILO convention offer an opportunity to change that perception? Should CARE be using our work on GBV in the workplace as an opportunity to open up the conversation more broadly about gender and labour rights?
Hester Le Roux
01:46:05
Super informative and helpful session, thanks so much to all contributors! I'm one month into my role as Snr Economic Adviser for WEE at CIUK so really useful to get this global input. I'll be focusing on policy and advocacy on the ILO Convention in coming months - look forward to working with all of you on this exciting campaign. Dropping off now for another meeting.
Glen Tarman
01:46:30
fyi the lastest ILO Convention text is here – see pages 15-23)https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/groups/public/---ed_norm/---relconf/documents/meetingdocument/wcms_637108.pdf
fabio
01:48:13
thanks for the answers and for taking this forward
Omar Garcia ( CARE International)
01:50:12
I need to go. Thanks for this. As Milkah mentioned in her presentation I am a resource person for the ILO Campaign so feel free to send questions. ogarcia@careinternational.org
Nilufar
01:50:33
Thanks Veronica, great to understand the history of the movement and priority on organising
Hilary Mathews
01:51:42
Thanks, everyone! Understand many have to drop off - just trying to get some answers to these great questions for the recording and for those that can stay. Will wrap up in just 2-3 minutes.