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WP-2020-03: Affirming the Right to Freedom from Violence and Harassment in the World Of Work: A Gap Analysis of the ILO Convention 190

Violence and harassment is a manifestation of injustice against humanity. In the world of work, it essentially compromises not only the individual’s health and dignity but also affects the organizations’ productivity and the country’s socio-economic development. Using qualitative data collection approaches such as online focus group discussions and review of literature, this paper examines the extent to which the existing Philippine policies and mechanisms complement the requirements of the Violence and Harassment Convention (ILO C190) –- the very first international labor standards to provide a common framework to address violence and harassment in the world of work. This study notes that the Philippines has a substantial number of laws and regulations to address violence and harassment.

Department of Labor and Employment - Institute for Labor Studies
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Bucar, Arianne Ishreen C.; Mansal, Cesar A.; Dumalaog, Frances Camille G.; Lumactud, Joyce Anne S.; Mones, Malorie Joy O.; human rights; labor; work; ; violence against women; harassment; gap analysis; workplace; violence; violence and harassment;
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