Below are posters that are available for download.
The posters highlight the fact that women workers, although they must juggle the roles of provider, mother, wife and so many more, can also be effective leaders. As leaders in their communities, associations, or unions, they can represent and advocate for the needs and demands of other women, which are often ignored when women's voices are marginalised.
Asia Monitor Resource Centre supports Hong Kong civil society's struggle for genuine universal suffrage and we stand by their demands. We strongly condemn the use of excessive violence by the police on the peaceful protesters on September 28, 2014.
The Hong Kong Confederation of Trade Unions (HKCTU) has called for international support of the democracy movement in Hong Kong.
Statement to the Fire at the Factory of Tazreen Fashions Killing over Hundreds in Dhaka, Bangladesh
Besides conveying our deepest condolence and concerns to all victims, Asian Transnational Corporations Monitoring Network (ATNC) is calling for an immediate action from the Bangladeshi government and international clothing brands following the deadly fire at the factory of Tazreen Fashions on late Saturday, 24 November 2012.
Domestic work is the most important source of waged employment for women workers, especially those from rural areas and with little or no formal education. Yet domestic work takes place in private households, and thus is often regarded as not ‘real work’ and tends to be unregulated, while the workers tend to be unorganized.