Group wants Govt to commit to Domestic Workers' rights

Members of the Domestic Workers action group are calling on the new government to join the global campaign for Domestic Workers' rights.

The group is launching its campaign in Dublin today, in conjunction with the National Women's Council of Ireland to coincide with the 100th anniversary of International Women's day.

They want the Fine Gael and Labour coalition government to commit to ratifying the convention on Decent Work and Right's for Domestic Workers.

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