Организации

Bulgaria

Bulgaria

     Homeworking grew in Bulgaria as a response to the transition to capitalism after 1989 when privatisation and economic structural transformation resulted in great job losses.

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Macedonia

Macedonia

     Self-employed growers are allowed to enter the market and sell when they want, without being registered as a traders or company. This allows many producers to gain resources for themselves and their families.

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Montenegro

Montenegro

In Montenegro also work mostly self-employed women. They received an order of the German Embassy. Collect dues only when women have jobs. They rent a room for their work and buying materials.

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Albania

Albania

     Organization of Albania "Intellectual women" is a registered NGO, based on membership with manual work plan and statutes. 


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Armenia

Armenia

     The representative of Armenia, Hermine started to work  6 months ago. She was enthusiastic about to make the first study of the problems of home workers in the country.

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Bosnia

Bosnia

    Udruženje je osnovano 2017 godine udruživanjem pet žena sa ciljem plasiranja naših rukotvorina od vune, vezenih unikatnih haljina, bluza, peškira i drugih proizvoda po narudžbini. 

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Georgia

Georgia

     The union is organizing mini-bus drivers, (3.000 formal/ 5.000 informal) informal. The membership fee is not sufficient to finance the structure. They can only maintain their structure because they are affiliated to the GTUC.

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Kyrgyzstan

Kyrgyzstan

     The NGO was established in 2000 in Bishkek and started off to operate in six countries in the region: Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and later Mongolia).

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Turkey

Turkey

     Organization: Home-based Workers and Social Rights Association also mapped 100 home workers women from the area in which she lives. Here 94% of home-based workers are self employed.


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Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan

     The organization which represents the target group is founded as a Center for homeworkers  in  2014 including 20 women and local producers.

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Tajikistan

Tajikistan

     A pension fund similar to the one in the United Kingdom has been set up. As a major problem, Mukarrama noted the developing of an unified national structure for homeworkers.

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Uzbekistan

Uzbekistan

    In 2014 a group of crafted women wanted to participate in a fairy in Pakistan but were not allowed in because they did not have a registered organization

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Serbia

Serbia

     In Serbia, officially there are no registered workers who perform their activity in the house, nor are they recognized as work legally recognized and they belong to all labor rights. 

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