Millions of domestic workers experience exploitation in the privacy of their employersa homes; also in South Africa they are to a large extent beyond the reach of legal protection. This book sums up four years of research on ways of realising their rights. It highlights their essential role, both as care-givers and in enabling their employers to work outside the home. Against the background of the Constitution and international law it examines ways of adapting the legal framework as well as alternative mechanisms, including new forms of organisation, for translating basic rights into effective regulation.From 2009 to 2011 she also facilitated training in employment law at the Cape Chamber of Commerce, was a co-author of Siber Inka#39;s Labour Law Case Summaries and a contributor towards the Labour Law for Managers manual. ... at the Institute of Development and Labour Law and as a researcher in the Social Law Projecta#39;s Domestic Workers Research Project at the University of the Western Cape.
|Title||:||EXPLOITED, UNDERVALUED - AND ESSENTIAL: DOMESTIC WORKERS AND THE REALISATION OF THEIR RIGHTS|
|Author||:||Darcy du Toit|
|Publisher||:||PULP - 2013-11-18|