Four of the largest women’s empowerment programs in the apparel industry, CARE, BSR’s HERproject, Gap Inc. P.A.C.E., and BetterWork – along with board members from suppliers, brands, women’s rights organizations and worker unions – have formed a new initiative called RISE: Reimagining Industry to Support Equality in order to scale impact and accelerate equality for women workers in global garment supply chains.
Learn more about RISE
Domestic Workers — Women’s Rights in Latin America
CARE has established partnerships in Ecuador, Peru, Brazil, and Guatemala, and more recently in Mexico, Colombia, and Honduras. These partnerships engage in research, exchange of experiences, communications strategies, coalition building, and networking and capacity building, with the goal of influencing public policies, strengthening their organizations, and improving the lives of more than 10 million domestic workers across the region by 2030.
Read more about our work with domestic workers in Latin America
Protecting Women at Work
We supported adoption of the ILO Convention on Violence and Harassment, a global law focused specifically on preventing violence and harassment in the world of work which was formally adopted at the International Labour Conference in June 2019.
Read more about our work with the ILO Convention