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Member Organisations

Homeworker organisations can take many forms, and the Federation is made up of a collection of unions, self-help groups, associations and support organisations.

Adithi

Adithi was founded by Viji Srinavasan in 1980 to work with rural women and girls in Bihar (which at that…

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Capre Foundation

Capre Foundation is a non-profit, voluntary organization working in rural areas of Uttar Pradesh, Bihar…

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Drishti

Drishti provides education, health, livelihood and legal rights to excluded communities, with a focus…

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Ev-Ek-Sen

Ev Ek Sen is the Union of Homebased Workers in Turkey. They describe their  primary aim as ‘By…

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FairWear Campaign

FairWear is a network of community organisations, community members and activists working to eliminate…

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HomeBased Worker Concern Society Nepal (HBWCSN)

HBWCSN works with homeworkers in towns and villages, mainly in the Kathmandu region and Dharan. The vast…

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Homeworkers Association Portugal

The Homeworker’s Association Portugal has been working to support homeworkers through research,…

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Homeworkers Worldwide

Homeworkers Worldwide (HWW) exists to support and build solidarity with homeworker organisations all…

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Homeworkers Worldwide Australia

HWW Australia brings together organisations and individuals concerned with the working rights of homeworkers.…

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Kaloian (Homeworkers’ Association of Petrich)

Kaloian, the Homeworkers’ Association, was founded in 2002 and later registered officially. Currently…

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Pasumai

Pasumai: from Self Help Groups to Trade Union: Pasumai means ‘green’ in Tamil and is the…

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Read Foundation

Rural Education and Development (Read) Foundation is a nonprofit, nongovernmental organization dedicated…

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The Union of Embroidery Workers Madeira

Sindicato de Trabalhadores da Industrias do Bordado, Tapicarias, Textil e Artesanato (STIBTTA) –…

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