Domestic Women Workers Rights Forum
Who Are Domestic Workers?
Today, 92 per cent workers in the unorganised sector in India are outside the framework of social and economic justice. Domestic workers form a significant part of this informal economy. They have always been marginalised as sector. Whether they work part time, full day or as live in workers, they are forced to put with various indignities in the privacy of households in which they work. Read On...
Domestic Women Workers’ Rights Forum (DWWRF) is an organisation of domestic workers in and around Bhopal, capital of Madhya Pradesh, India. It seeks to lend a voice to these voiceless workers, who suffer from multitude of problems and harassment. DWWRF was formed in 2011 and at present has almost 5,000 members from 38 localities in Bhopal. It is an offshoot of the work of Sangini Gender Resource Centre with domestic workers.