English: Everyone, everywhere has the right to work free from violence and harassment. Abuse isn’t in anybody’s job description, yet millions and millions of women around the world experience sexual harassment at work. This year, we have an opportuni
Disasters have strongly increased in both frequency and impact, with climate change as one of the main contributors to more extreme, frequent, and unpredictable weather.
Cette note de positionnement définit les positions et les commentaires principaux sur les nouvelles Convention et Recommandation de l’Organisation Internationale du Travail (OIT) pour mettre fin à la violence et au harcèlement dans le monde du travail.
Yemen is facing a third outbreak of cholera that threatens to worsen the country’s already dire humanitarian crisis. The lack of a functioning health system as well as limited access to safe water and hygiene makes it very difficult to control the spread…
CARE spends over 80% of funds raised to respond to emergencies and fight poverty and social injustice worldwide.
English: Agreeing a strong and inclusive ILO Convention and Recommendation on Ending Violence and Harassment in the World of Work in June 2019 Policy brief following the publication of ILO ‘Blue Report’ (8 March 2019) and ahead of the 2019 Internatio
This is the third consecutive year that CARE publishes its report “Suffering In Silence”. It serves as a call for the global community to speak up for people in crises who are otherwise forgotten and to help them overcome hardship.
Quick facts about the 10 most under-reported humanitarian crises of 2018 based on the Suffering in Silence Report.
Learn about CARE's activities in South Sudan, where a six-year conflict has displaced 4 million people from their homes.