Power to the Workers of the World

Dear Kevin,

ILRF works with some of the most vulnerable workers in the world – primarily in the garment and agricultural sectors where women often make up the majority. So the issue of gender-based violence at work resonates very deeply with our grassroots partners.

Today, on #GivingTuesday, please join the International Labor Rights Forum in building awareness about the demands of victims of labor rights abuses, including women workers who are speaking out, often at great personal risk, to condemn gender-based violence at work.

At critical moments like these, when we have the attention of mainstream media turning to a core issue we have worked on for decades – sexual violence and harassment at work – you can help ILRF strengthen our grassroots community of advocates and organizers. Help us support workers organizing, especially women worker leaders speaking out, around the world – from garment factories in Dhaka and Los Angeles, to electronics plants in China to the melon plantations of Honduras and the tobacco fields of Malawi.

As you consider your year-end charitable donations this #GivingTuesday, we hope that you will donate to support ILRF’s work to expand workers’ access to remedy and to protect women workers who are often victims of intimidation, sexual harassment, and violence at work.

Please make a gift today!

Thank you for your support,

Judy Gearhart
Executive Director

By Chelsoir

About eslkevin

I am a peace educator who has taken time to teach and work in countries such as the USA, Germany, Japan, Nicaragua, Mexico, the UAE, Kuwait, Oman over the past 4 decades.
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