The ground-breaking adoption of ILO Convention 190 sets out a new framework for preventing, addressing, and eliminating violence and harassment in the world of work.
This Education Material helps Facilitators train members and participants to seize on the opportunity of the adoption of C190 to address violence and harassment against LGBTQI+ workers and other vulnerable groups.
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Who are these materials for?
These training materials are primarily for workers’ educators and facilitators and trade union staff and representatives. They are intended to support the development of training programmes for:
Trade union elected and staff officers and activists, including shop
stewards and occupational safety and health representatives.
Rank and file trade union members, and LGBTQI+ workers who are organising to challenge violence and harassment in their workplaces and trade unions.
What are these materials for?
These training materials are designed to:
Encourage discussion about violence and harassment, and the disproportionate impact of violence and harassment on vulnerable groups, including LGBTQI+ workers.
Raise awareness about C190 and R206 and their relevance for LGBTQI+ workers.
Encourage workers and unions to take action around violence and harassment and integrate C190 into the union bargaining agenda.
Enable the development of more inclusive unions and union spaces.