The solution isn’t for Oprah to run for president. It’s to listen to women everywhere.
A new report helps quantify the abusive patterns experienced by survivors of human trafficking by following the stories of over 100 domestic workers.
The Center for Popular Democracy and the Institute for Policy Studies invite you to a talk with two organizers from SINTRACIHOBI, the union of in-home childcare providers.
Migrant workers need rights and safety nets, yet sob stories of abuse will not bring about such change. Organizing, on the other hand, will.
Join us for an engaging conversation on black women and work in the U.S. as Premilla Nadasen discusses and signs her new book, telling the stories of African American domestic workers and the little-known history of the domestic worker movement.
Last week, the Supreme Court paved the way for implementation of a new rule guaranteeing the rights of homecare workers.
Greedy CEOs are pitting elderly Americans against the workers who care for them.
As a member of the National Domestic Workers Alliance, IPS’ Global Economy project will launch a new campaign report for organizing to end human trafficking of domestic workers.
Migrant domestic workers from Bangladesh enjoy little protection from their government, but they’re not alone.
IPS’ Break the Chain Campaign hosts author Sheila Bapat to discuss her book on “Nannies, Housekeepers, Caregivers and the Battle for Domestic Workers’ Rights.”
IPS’ Tiffany Williams is a featured panelist on congressional briefing by The Child Labor Coalition and The Alliance to End Slavery and Trafficking (ATEST) to promote the rights of 15 million child domestic workers.
Join One hundred women leaders from around the country fasting together to demand fair immigration reform and an end to deportations NOW!
Indian diplomat Devyani Khobragade was clearly mistreated by U.S. officers, but what about the abuse that migrant domestic workers live through every day?
We’re going down the road toward becoming a nation of servants.
After this year’s celebrations of workers’ history, it’s time to focus on the ongoing fights for the rights of domestic workers, direct care workers, and guest workers.