Millions of domestic workers experience exploitation in the privacy of their employersa homes; also in South Africa they are to a large extent beyond the reach of legal protection. This book sums up four years of research on ways of realising their rights. It highlights their essential role, both as care-givers and in enabling their employers to work outside the home. Against the background of the Constitution and international law it examines ways of adapting the legal framework as well as alternative mechanisms, including new forms of organisation, for translating basic rights into effective regulation.... South Africa (1910-1985)a#39; Mastera#39;s Theses and Doctoral Dissertations, Paper 320 Eastern Michigan University, 2010 Brand, JFD a#39;Courts, ... PhD thesis, University of South Africa, 2006 Hess, SP The new economic geography of a SADC free trade area Masters Thesis, ... Faisalabad, 2011 http://icdd.uaf.edu.pk/ Publications/004.pdf (accessed 17 June 2013) Wessels, TS a#39;The development impact of theanbsp;...
|Title||:||EXPLOITED, UNDERVALUED - AND ESSENTIAL: DOMESTIC WORKERS AND THE REALISATION OF THEIR RIGHTS|
|Author||:||Darcy du Toit|
|Publisher||:||PULP - 2013-11-18|