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Source: MIL-OSI Submissions

Source: CTU

Nobody should ever experience violence and harassment at work. That’s why artists, activists, working people and their unions are calling on the Government to sign up to the International Labour Organisation (ILO) Convention (c190) that asserts the right to a world of work which is free from violence and harassment, including gender-based violence.
What: Presentation of artworks calling on the Government to support the ILO convention against violence at work.
Where: Parliamentary forecourt
When: 11am, Thursday 10 December artworks will be presented to Minister for Prevention of Family and Sexual Violence, Marama Davidson
Who: Artists Spex and Kerb1, CTU Secretary, Melissa Ansell-Bridges, anti-violence activists and union members
Thursday 10 December is the last day in a ILO international campaign against gender violence – and New Zealand is one of the few countries in the world where action is able to happen in a public space.

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