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CSW66: Strengthening labour rights through cross-movement collaborations - trade unions, sex worker' organisations and feminist groups

Datum: 18-03-2022
Tijd: 13:30-15:00 (CET)/ 8:30-10:00 (EDT)
Locatie: Online

In line with the CSW 66 review theme - women’s economic empowerment in the changing world of work - this diverse panel will provide a unique opportunity to address this issue from a government perspective, women’s rights movement perspective, labour rights movement perspective, and sex workers’ rights movement perspective, from both the Global North as well as the Global South.
Panelists (list in formation) include:
  • Karen Burbach, Head of the Taskforce Women’s Rights and Gender Equality, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands
  • Representative of the Government of New Zealand (TBC)
  • Kholi Buthelezi, Sisonke, South Africa • Conxa Borrel, OTRAS, Spain
  • Mariama Diallo, general secretary of Trade Union Confederation from Senegal UDTS
  • Igor Bosc, Chief Technical Advisor, Work in Freedom Programme, International Labour Organization (ILO)
The panel will be moderated by Geetanjali Misra, Executive Director of CREA, on behalf of the Count Me In! consortium
Sign language interpretation and closed captioning will be provided as well as simultaneous language interpretation in Arabic, English, French, Spanish and Russian.
Register to attend here

Read the concept note here