ABC of women workers' rights and gender equality
Preface to the earlier ABC of women workers'rights
Preface to the new ABC of women workers'rights and gender equality
Introduction: Labour standards promoting women workers' rights and gender (Ingeborg Heide)
1. How to use this guide
2. Gender equality in the ILO's mandate
3. International labour Conventions and Recommendations
4. History of standard setting to promote women workers' rights and gender equality
5. Gender equality - A fundamental human right
6. International labour standards, supranational law and national law .
7. Application and enforcement at the national level
8. ILO standard setting and other means of action
Access to employment
Advertising for workers
Affirmative (positive) action
Agricultural and other rural workers Appraisal and evaluation
Breastfeeding workers Burden of proof . . .
Cash and medical benefits for maternity
Childcare and family services and facilities
Claims of workers in cases of employers' insolvency Clandestine work
Computers, use of ...................
Conditions and benefits of employment
Disabilities, persons with
Dismissal (termination of employment) Division of labour
Employment injury benefit
Employment-intensive works programmes
Employment policy and promotion
Equality of opportunity and treatment in employment Equal remuneration (pay)
Facilities and equipment
Family responsibilities, workers with
Freedom of association and the right to organize Fundamental principles and rights at work . . .
Gender and development and women in development Gender mainstreaming
Girl child labourers
Harassment and pressure (bullying, mobbing) Home work
Human resources development Hygiene in the workplace . . .
Indigenous and tribal peoples Indirect discrimination
Job evaluation and classification Knowledge
Leave for illness in the family
Marital status Maternity leave Maternity protection Maximum weight Migrant workers . .
Non-traditional occupations Nursing personnel
Occupational health services Occupational segregation . .
Paid educational leave Parental leave
Pension (old-age benefit) Plantation workers . . .
Protection of health during maternity
Public employment services and private employment ag
Radiation protection Remedies and sanctions Respect for cultural identity
Selection tests and interviews . Self-employment
Social security/social protection Structural unemployment . . . Survivors' benefit
Teachers . . Trade unions
Underground work in mines Unemployment benefit . . .
Vocational guidance Vocational training
White lead (painting) Working time
X-rays see Radiation protection
Zones, export-processing see Export-processing zones