ADBEF’s work featured in The New Times, May 2, 2015

ADBEF’s work with domestic workers is featured in a May 2, 2015 article by Jean NDIKUMANA in The New Times, Rwanda’s English language daily. The article highlights some of the many challenges faced by domestic workers, and cites ADBEF’s survey that highlighted exploitation, low pay, dismissal without notice and no payment, sexual violence, physical and psychological violence among the challenges faced by domestic workers.

« Domestic workers do more than house chores- report »

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L’ADBEF obtient le Status Consultatif Spécial auprès d’ECOSOC de l’ONU

On a le très grand honneur d’annoncer que l’ADBEF a obtenu le Status Consultatif Spécial auprès d’ECOSOC de l’ONU. L’ECOSOC est le Economic and Social Council des Nations Unies. Nous sommes très contents que cela rendra possible le dialogue, l’échange d’idées, et la sensibilisation auprès des travailleurs domestiques au niveau international.

We have the great honor of announcing that ADBEF Rwanda has been granted Special Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) of the United Nations. We are very pleased that this will enable us to dialogue, exchange ideas, and raise awareness of the issues related to domestic workers at an international level.