OSH INDIA Hyderabad
Informa
11 – 12 FEBRUARY 2021
Bombay Exhibition Center, Mumbai
Announcement :

Venue: HOTEL SAHARA STAR, VILE PARLE EAST, MUMBAI on 18th -19th Feb, 2021. 10.00am to 6.00pm

Women globally make up over 70 per cent of workers in health, including those working in care institutions. They are on the front line of the fight against COVID-19 and these past few weeks have been the worst they have ever seen. As a result of the pandemic they are facing a double burden
There is no doubt that as well as the anxiety provoked by a potentially deadly virus and no toilet roll or pasta in the supermarket, we are also facing the very likely fact that many workers will be being plunged into home working for the first time, to speak nothing of the potential requirements for isolation.
The International Labour Organization has published a new guide for trade unions on skills development and lifelong learning. The guide “Skills Development and Lifelong Learning: Resource Guide for Workers’Organizations” 
Our aim in the WED team is to help women ‘add value’ to businesses they may already own in essential and female dominated sectors, and to encourage them enter more lucrative sectors, often growth-oriented and male-dominated. We have developed a five-point business upgrading model to help make this happen:
The impact of COVID-19  on women in the garment industry has worsened due to underlying challenges including discrimination and harassment, underrepresentation of women’s voice, wage gaps as well as unevenly shared unpaid care and family obligations according to a new brief from the International Labour Organization (ILO).
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