National Union of Domestic Employees

Description Formed in 1982, The National Union of Domestic Employees fights for domestic workers and other low-paid workers whom unions refuse to represent. It fights against abuses by employers, from rape and sexual assault to withholding wages and summary dismissal, through the courts, in the media, etc, and opposes careerism in the women's movement and voluntary sector. It campaigns for domestic workers to be recognized as workers and to be protected by employment legislation.

Related Person Ida Le Blanc, General Secretary
Contact Wattley Circular
Mount Pleasant Road
Trinidad and Tobago
Phone: 868-667-5247
Fax: 868-664-0546

Focus: Gender, Human Rights, Jobs, Trinidad and Tobago

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