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Page run by Prof. Sabrina Marchetti (Ca' Foscari University in Venice) in the framework of the research project "DomEQUAL. A Global Approach to Paid Domestic Work and Social Inequalities" (2016-2020) funded by a Starting grant of the European Research Council. Please visit our website: www.domequal.eu
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DomEqual shared a photo.Friday, March 15th, 2019 at 12:22am
Screening of Roma

March 12

The International Domestic Workers Federation and the National Domestic Workers Alliance, along with co-hosts the Ford Foundation and Open Society Foundations, will host a screening of ROMA.

The screening was preceded by a reception and short panel discussion with domestic worker leaders from around the world about the resonant power of the film, and opportunities to join in their fight to win new protections for this long-invisible workforce.

#UNCSW63
#roma #domesticworkers
#csw63
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DomEqual shared a photo.Monday, March 11th, 2019 at 5:04am
Upcoming TODAY!

#UNCSW63

11 March 2019
Panel Discussion

The Rights of Domestic Workers across Latin America and the Caribbean: Advances and Challenges Following the Adoption of ILO Convention 189

Argentina, Ecuador, Uruguay, the International Domestic Workers Federation, CARE and UN Women will host an interactive panel to showcase means and public policies to advance the rights of domestic workers in Latin America and the Caribbean.

Details: http://bit.ly/2TsuI9M

#dometicworkers #latinamerica #caribbean
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DomEqualSunday, March 10th, 2019 at 10:58pm
A new woman on board: welcome to Beatrice Gusmano in our team!
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DomEqual shared a post.Saturday, March 9th, 2019 at 11:20pm
Grazie a Maria Panariello e alle altre autrici per aver dato (letteralmente) voce alle lavoratrici domestiche nella giornata dell'8 marzo!
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DomEqual shared a post.Tuesday, March 5th, 2019 at 9:01pm
En México hay 2.4 millones de personas que se dedican al trabajo del hogar remunerado, 91% son mujeres y sus salarios son tan bajos que no les alcanza para cubrir sus necesidades básicas.
Este #8Marzo #CambiaLaHistoria para que las #TrabajadorasDelHogar de Guerrero puedan seguir luchando por un empleo y sueldo dignos.
Dona aquí: https://semillas.org.mx/cambia-la-historia/
#8M #RomaNosUne
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DomEqual shared a post.Sunday, February 24th, 2019 at 6:52am
As you get ready for #Oscars2019, if you missed it on Wednesday night, watch this amazing segment on Nightline with Juju Chang on Roma and domestic workers rights, highlighting our work with Participant Media.

https://abc.go.com/shows/nightline/video/vdka8304551

Team

Sabrina Marchetti is Associate Professor in Sociology (SPS/08) at University Ca’ Foscari in Venice. She is mainly specialised on issues of gender, racism, labour and migration, with a specific focus on the question of migrant domestic work. She defended her PHD at the Graduate Gender Programme of Utrecht University in 2010. From 2011 till 2016, she has worked at the European University Institute as a Marie Curie Fellow and Jean Monnet Fellow. She has been post-doctoral fellow at the Gender Excellence Programme of Linköping University...

Daniela Cherubini is a sociologist in the field of cultural sociology, gender studies and qualitative research. She holds a PhD in Sociology and social research methodology, and in Women’s and gender studies. In 2017 she joined DomEQUAL Project and Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, where she teaches “Methodology of social research”, and “Sociology and politics”. Previously she worked as pre and postdoctoral research fellow at the University of Milano-Bicocca and the University of Granada...

Anna Di Bartolomeo holds a Ph.D. in Demography from the University of Rome “Sapienza”. She was also educated at the Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research in Rostock and the Institute National d’Etudes Démographiques in Paris.

Giulia Garofalo Geymonat is a sociologist in the fields of labour, gender, and sexuality. Her previous research has focused on social movements and intimate labour, especially in relation to issues of sex work, migration/trafficking, and disabilities.

She received her B.A. in cinema at the D.A.M.S (University of Bologna) and D.E.A (University of Paris VII-Denis Diderot), with a dissertation on the debate on equality/difference in the Italian feminisms of the 1970s. She is the co-founder of InteRGRace (Interdisciplinary Group on Race and Racisms, www.intergrace.it), and she is in the Editorial Board of Zapruder, Rivista di storia della conflittualità sociale.

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