Tell U.S. leaders to make workplaces safe for every woman

 

Tell U.S. leaders to make workplaces safe for every woman, everywhere.

Everyone, everywhere has the right to work free from violence and harassment. Yet almost half of women around the world experience sexual harassment at work.

Over 175,000 CARE advocates have stood in solidarity with women and girls everywhere to end violence and harassment in the workplace. Those in power heard us. This summer, the first draft of a landmark, legally binding global treaty to end violence and harassment in the world of work was released by the International Labour Organization.

Now, governments from around the world have a chance to ensure no woman is left behind in the final treaty, which will be agreed upon next spring.

Photo of a woman working in a factory

Sign the pledge to call on U.S. leaders to support the draft ILO Convention and protect the rights of the most marginalized and vulnerable workers across all sectors. Join thousands of people around the world seeking to break barriers that keep women from reaching their full potential.

TO U.S. LEADERS:

We urge you to stand up against violence and harassment in the workplace by supporting the draft ILO Convention and Recommendation that ensures the most vulnerable workers across all sectors, including traditional and informal economies and workplaces, maintain the right to work free from violence and harassment.

 
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