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Unions and rights groups call for global convention on violence and harassment in the workplace

A global coalition of trade unions, labour rights and human rights organizations are demanding a new global standard to end violence and sexual harassment in the workplace. A number of them are gathered in the 107th Session of the International Labour Conference (28 May to 8 June 2018), where a proposed international treaty on violence and harassment in the world of work is being discussed.

Below are reports and other materials outlining related issues and advancing arguments in support of the proposed treaty.

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