Clean Clothes Podcast E2 - Women fight for safe workplaces
What does it take to make the workplace safe for women, free from sexual harassment and gender-based violence? What are some of the ways women have won improvements, and how did they build their power to do this? In episode 2 of the CCC Podcast workers and campaigners from the CCC network talk about the importance of women leaders in campaigning for women's rights.
In this episode:
- Dian Septi Trisnanti, FBLP, Indonesia talk about a union in Indonesia declares an industrial park a ‘harassment free zone’,
- Motheba Ramaema and Sam Mokhele, NACTWU, Rola Abimourched, WRC talk about the Enforceable Brand Agreement aiming to end severe gender-based violence in factories in Lesotho,
- Rukmini GLU, India, tells her story of becoming a union founder, and why more women need to lead worker struggles,
- Priscilla Robledo, CCC Italy and Sina Marx, FEMNET, Germany talk about our campaigns calling for the ratifcation of ILO Convention 190 on Violence and Harassment.
- Dian Septi Trisnanti, founder of FBLP union (Federasi Buruh Lintas Pabrik) , Chairperson of KPBI union, Indonesia
- Motheba Ramaema, shop steward, National Clothing, Textile and Allied Workers Union, Lesotho
- Sam Mokhele, General Secretary, National Clothing, Textile and Allied Workers Union, Lesotho
- Rola Abimourched, Senior Program Director at the Worker Rights Consortium, USA.
- Rukmini Vaderapura Puttaswamy, President of Garment Labour Union (GLU), Bangalore.
- Priscilla Robeldo, campaigner and lobby and advocacy coordinator with CCC Italy.
- Sina Marx, Coordinator International Projects and Campaigns, FEMNET, Germany.
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