Reports & Analysis
Improving Career Opportunities for Immigrant Women In-Home Care Workers
This report by Jane Henrici, Ph.D. of the Institute for Women's Policy Research uses original expert interviews and an extensive review of the literature to discuss the need to increase access to high-quality training that specifically targets the needs of immigrant women care workers.
The first national survey of domestic workers in the USA. The first empirically based and representative picture of domestic employment in 21st century America.
Why a Domestic Workers Bill of Rights?
Research & Policy Brief from the UCLA Institute for Research on Labor and Employment
Behind Closed Doors:
Working conditions of California Household Workers
Mujeres Unidas y Activas, Day Labor Program Women's Collective of La Raza Centro Legal & Data Center
Home Is Where the Work Is
Inside New York's Domestic Work Industry
Domestic Workers United & Data Center
Domestic Workers and Collective Bargaining
A Proposal for Immediate Inclusion of Domestic Workers in the New York State Labor Relations Act
Domestic Workers United, National Domestic Workers Alliance & the Community Development Project at the Urban Justice Center
Domestic Workers’ Rights in the United States
A report prepared for the U.N. Human Rights Committee In response to the Second and Third Periodic Report of the United States
Andolan organizing south Asian workers; CASA of Maryland; Domestic Workers United; Global Rights; University of North Carolina School of Law Human Rights Policy Clinic; Stefani Bonato; McKenna Coll; Eric Tars
Valuing Domestic Work
Fall 2009 Issue of the Scholar & Feminist Online
The Scholar & Feminist Online is published by the Barnard Center for Research on Women. This issue focuses on domestic work, with articles by both NDWA members and scholars.
Domestic Workers Uniting - Your Home, My Work
In 2009, Building Bridges Radio produced this one-hour documentary “Domestic Workers Uniting - Your Home, My Work,” which won the the New York Labor Communications Council’s prestigious Matt Doherty/Gwen Wells Award in Broadcast Media and Communications.