At the center of these crises is the care work historically shouldered by women. Care is the daily reproduction of life, the foundation upon which life itself exists - human and planetary - and economies function.

The current social organisation of care: how care needs are met; the interrelation of unpaid care work, (under) paid care work, public provisioning, private provisioning and community based care arrangements is fundamentally unbalanced, unequal and ultimately unsustainable. It places the burden, the weight, and the majority of the work necessary on women’s care and domestic work.

At home and within communities, through global care chains where women living in poverty, black and brown women from the Global South fill in the care gap while being underpaid and in precarious work conditions through services, both public and private. This injustice is doubled and tripled in the case of women who experience multiple and intersecting forms of discrimination because of their class, race, sexual orientation/ identification, disability, age or migrant status, amongst other dimensions.

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This care crisis undergirded by a gender and racialised international division of labour must end!

States often excuse their failure to realize women’s rights by citing their lack of financial resources. The broken international tax system - and the neoliberal economic system at large - continues to facilitate extraction of wealth from the people - in particular from the Global South - while concentrating it into the hands of an elite few - mostly men in the Global North.

Meanwhile, deregulation, privatization, fiscal consolidation (austerity) and crushing neo-colonial debt burdens further entrench these extreme power imbalances between women and men, Global South and Global North, workers and corporations. This depletes global and local resources to fund quality public care services and allow for decent, well paid care work and universal social protection.

Within this context, regressive national tax policies, often encouraged or imposed by international financial institutions, undermine States’ responsibility to provide public services that ensure rights.

We demand an end to the dominant paradigm and economic system that not only undermines women’s rights but exacerbates gender inequality. We demand an end to States’ lack of willingness, resource allocations, and capacity to organise care as a public good. We reject and challenge the corporate capture of many of the States who are failing to comply with their obligation to respect, protect and fulfil human rights. We demand that States resource care as a public good and a collective social responsibility, rather than a household’s "private" responsibility which mainly falls to women. This path leads to the breakdown of humanity and the planet, as it breaks down women. We must end it now!

We call for crafting a global movement to rebuild the social organisation of care joining forces to:

  • Recognise the social and economic value of care work (paid or not) and the human right to care.

  • Reward and remunerate care work with equal pay for work of equal value, decent pensions, dignified working conditions and comprehensive social protection.

  • Reduce the burden of unpaid care work on women.

  • Redistribute care work within households, among all workers, eliminating the sexual division of labour and between households and State.

  • Reclaim the public nature of care services and restore the duty and the primary responsibility of the State to provide public care services and develop care systems that transform gender relations and women's lives - including by financing State´s capacity to invest through fair and progressive taxation and ensuring internationally equal taxing rights of nation States.

#MakeCarePublic - #MakeTaxesWorkForWomen

Signatories:

Organisations

  1. Public Services International - PSI

  2. ActionAid International

  3. Center for Economic and Social Rights - CESR

  4. Development Alternatives with Women for a New Era - DAWN

  5. Global Alliance for Tax Justice - GATJ

  6. Womankind Worldwide

  7. European Federation of Public Service Unions - EPSU

  8. Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women

  9. Global Initiative for Economic, Social and Cultural Rights

  10. International Trade Union Confederation - ITUC

  11. Tax Justice Network

  12. Bretton Woods Project

  13. Oxfam International

  14. Association for Women's Rights in Development (AWID)

  15. Right to Education Initiative

  16. PICUM- Platform for International Cooperation on Undocumented Migrants

  17. WIEGO - Women in Informal Employment: Globalizing and Organizing

  18. Albania - Trade Union of Building, Wood and Public Service of Albania (TUBWPSA)

  19. Argentina - Asociación del personal de la Universidad de Buenos Aires (APUBA)

  20. Argentina - Asociación Civil GES Gestión Educativa y Social

  21. Argentina - Confederación de Trabajadores Municipales (CTM)

  22. Argentina - Asociación del Personal Superior de Empresas de Energía (APSEE)

  23. Argentina - Asociación del Personal de los Organismos de Control (APOC)

  24. Argentina - Federación Sindical de Profesionales de la Salud de la República Argentina (FESPROSA)

  25. Armenia - Republican Branch Trade Union of Health Workers of Armenia (HWUA)

  26. Armenia - Union of State, Local Government and Public Service Employees (USLGPSEA)

  27. Argentina - Unión del Personal Civil de la Nación (UPCN)

  28. Bangladesh - BNSK-Bangladesh Nari Sramik Kendra (Bangladesh Women Workers Association)

  29. Belarus - Organisation "Social changes"

  30. Belgium - European Public Service Union - EPSU

  31. Bermuda - Bermuda Industrial Union

  32. Bosnia and Herzegovina - Association "Novi put"

  33. Brazil - Sindicato dos Enfermeiros do Estado de São Paulo

  34. Brazil - Sindicato dos Servidores Públicos Federais no Estado de Pernambuco - SINDSEP/PE

  35. Brazil - Confederação Nacional dos Trabalhadores na Saúde (CNTS)

  36. Brazil - ReHuNa - The Brazilian Network for the Humanization of Childbirth

  37. Brazil - Coletivo Flores de Lótus

  38. Brazil - Sindicato dos médicos de São Paulo - SIMESP

  39. Brazil - CUT BRASIL

  40. Brazil - Sindicato dos Trabalhadores na Administração Pública e Autarquias no Município de São Paulo (SINDSEP-SP)

  41. Brazil - Sindicato Psicólogos do Estado de São Paulo

  42. Brazil - Sindicato dos trabalhadores do CEETEPS- SINTEPS

  43. Brazil - SINDAGUA - MS

  44. Brazil - Sindicato dos Enfermeiros do Rio de Janeiro (SINDENF-RJ)

  45. Brazil - CONFETAM/CUT

  46. Brazil - Federação dos Trabalhadores Municipais de Santa Catarina - FETRAM/SC

  47. Brazil - Sindicato dos Servidores publicos municipais de Quixadá, Ibaretama, Banabuiáš, Chorá e Ibicuitinga

  48. Cameroon - Féd. Synd. Employés Santé, Pharmacies & Assimilés du Cameroun (FSESPAC)

  49. Canada - YWCA Canada

  50. Canada - Alliance du personnel professionnel et technique de la santé et des services sociaux APTS

  51. Canada - Canadian Research Institute for the Advancement of Women (CRIAW-ICREF)

  52. Canada - Child Care Now

  53. Canada - Syndicat des professionnelles et professionnels du gouvernement du Québec

  54. Canada - Syndicat des professionnelles et professionnels du gouvernement du Québec

  55. Canada - Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE)

  56. Chile - Coordinadora No Más Afp Valdivia

  57. Chile - Confederación Nacional de Funcionarixs de Salud Municipal (CONFUSAM)

  58. Colombia - Sindicato de Trabajadores de Acuavalle SA ESP (SINTRACUAVALLE)

  59. Colombia - Sindicato Nacional de Empleados Dirección de Impuestos y Aduanas Nacionales (SINEDIAN)

  60. Costa Rica - Global Campaign for Education (GCE)

  61. Costa Rica - Sindicato de Trabajadores de la Universidad Nacional (SITUN)

  62. Costa Rica - Sindicato de Empleados del Ministerio de Hacienda (SINDHAC)

  63. Czech Republic - Trade Union of the Health Service and Social Care of the Czech Republic (OS ZSP ČR)

  64. Denmark - K.U.L.U.-Women and Development

  65. Denmark - HopeNow

  66. Dominica - Dominica Public Service Union (DPSU)

  67. Ecuador - Coalición Nacional de Mujeres del Ecuador

  68. Ecuador - Luna Creciente Ecuador

  69. Ecuador - Ecuador Confederation of Free Trade Union Organizations (CEOSL)

  70. Ecuador - Colectivo mujeres de asfalto / Fundacion de accion social e integral mujeres de asfalto

  71. Eswatini - Swaziland Democratic Nurses Union

  72. Fiji - Diverse Voices and Action (DIVA) for Equality

  73. Gabon - Fédération Libre des Agents des Collectivités Locales du Gabon (FAL)

  74. Germany - KOK - German NGO Network against Trafficking in Human Beings

  75. Ghana - Ghana Registered Nurses and Midwives Association

  76. Jamaica - Jamaica Association of Local Government Officers

  77. Jamaica - Jamaica Civil Service Association

  78. Japan - JICHIRO

  79. Kenya - Union of Kenya Civil Servants

  80. Kenya - Jamaa REsource Initiatives

  81. Kenya - Nawi - Afrifem Macroeconomics Collective

  82. Liberia - National Health Workers' Union of Liberia(NAHWUL)

  83. Lithuania - Lithuanian Trade Union of State, Budget and Public Service Employees (LTUSE)

  84. Malaysia - International Women's Rights Action Watch Asia Pacific (IWRAW Asia Pacific)

  85. Mauritius - Federation of Parastatal Bodies and Other Unions (FPBOU)

  86. Mexico - Impulsac, A.C.

  87. Mexico - Centro de Derechos Humanos Fr. Francisco de Vitoria O.P., A.C.

  88. Mexico - Sindicato Único de Trabajadores Profesionistas, Administrativos y Manuales del Poder Judicial del Estado de Yucatán

  89. Mexico - Sindicato Único de Trabajadores Profesionistas, Administrativos y Manuales del Poder Judicial del Estado de Yucatán

  90. Mexico - Sindicato de Trabajadores de la Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (STUNAM)

  91. Nepal - National Campaign for Sustainable Development Nepal

  92. Nepal - Alliance Against Trafficking in Women and Children in Nepal (AATWIN)

  93. Nepal - Women's Rehabilitation Centre (WOREC)

  94. Netherlands - La Strada International

  95. New Zealand - New Zealand Public Service Association (NZPSA)

  96. Nicaragua - Red Nicaragüense de Comercio Comunitario (RENICC)

  97. Nigeria - National Association of Nigeria Nurses and Midwives

  98. Norway - PION - Sex worker's interestorganization in Norway

  99. Pakistan - Shirakat - Partnership for Development

  100. Paraguay - Sindicato de Funcionarios Judiciales del Paraguay SIFJUPAR

  101. Paraguay - Asociación Paraguaya de Enfermeria

  102. Philippines - Public Services Labor Independent Confederation

  103. Saint Lucia - St. Lucia Civil Service Association

  104. Senegal - Syndicat National des Agents de l'Administration Publique et Parapublique (SNAAP)

  105. Serbia - ASTRA-Anti trafficking action

  106. Taiwan - Ditmanson Medical Foundation Chia-Yi Christian Hospital Corporate Union (DMFCYCHCU)

  107. Tanzania - Researchers, Academicians and Allied Workers Union (RAAWU)

  108. Trinidad and Tobago - National Union of Government and Federated Workers (NUGFW)

  109. Turkey - Human Resource Development Foundation

  110. Uganda - MEMPROW - Mentoring and Empowerment Programme for Young Women

  111. Ukraine - CSO "La Strada-Ukraine"

  112. United Kingdom - UNISON

  113. United States - Sisters of Charity Federation

  114. United States - AFT Women Rights Committee, American Federation of Teachers

  115. Uruguay - Social Watch

Individuals:

  1. Argentina - Viviana Garcia - iFCI-fesprosa

  2. Argentina - Ana Trifiro - APTS FESPROSA

  3. Argentina - María Alejandra Arlegui - SUTEPA- Sindicato Unido de Trabajadores y Empleados del Pami

  4. Argentina - Gerardo Codina -

  5. Argentina - Rocio - Universidad De Avellaneda - UNDAV

  6. Argentina - Karina Navone - Sindicato Gran Buenos Aires de Trabajadores de Obras Sanitarias (SGBATOS )

  7. Argentina - Ramona Lopez - APTASCH FESPROSA

  8. Argentina - Mirta Gloria Viola - Sitrasap- Fesprosa- CTA A

  9. Argentina - Miguel Aguirre -

  10. Argentina - Mirta - Salud

  11. Argentina - Mariano Diaz Briz - FESPROSA

  12. Argentina - Marcelo Di Stefano, APUBA

  13. Argentina - Johanna Rudich,

  14. Armenia - Armaghanova Gayane - Republican Branch Trade Union of Health Workers of Armenia (HWUA)

  15. Armenia - Arsen Igityan - Union of State, Local Government and Public Service Employees (USLGPSEA)

  16. Australia - Tom Reddington - Public Services International

  17. Australia - Josephine Foster, United Workers Union

  18. Bangladesh - Paul Provakar Saha, Professional Consultant to NGOs in Bangladesh

  19. Belgium - Catherine Boeckx - EPSU

  20. Belgium - Claire Wouters - ACOD/CGSP

  21. Belgium - Vroni Lemeire, ABVV-FGTB Brussels

  22. Belgium - Tola Ositelu, International Trade Union Confederation

  23. Bermuda - Linda Bogle-Mienzer, BPSU

  24. Brazil - Euan Gibb - PSI Interamerica

  25. Brazil - Aline Cyrillo - Entrepreneur

  26. Brazil - Carolina Pastorin Castineira - Sindicato dos médicos de São Paulo - SIMESP

  27. Brazil - Denise Motta Dau - Internacional de Serviciós Publicos

  28. Brazil - Eliane Aparecida da Cruz - Setorial Nacional de Saúde do PT

  29. Brazil - Euan Gibb - Public Services International

  30. Brazil - Ozanir Evangela Oliveira - Sindsep Quixadá

  31. Brazil - Geici Maiara Brig - Sindicato Único dos Trabalhadores no Serviço Público Municipal de Blumenau (SINTRASEB)

  32. Brazil - João Guilherme de Paula Martins - Sindicato dos Trabalhadores Públicos da Saúde no Estado de São Paulo (SINDSAÚDE-SP)

  33. Brazil - Jucélia Vargas Vieira de Jesus - CONFETAM CUT

  34. Brazil - Kátia Cristina Rodrigues Silva -

  35. Brazil - Kátia Cristina Rodrigues Silva - Federação dos Sindicatos dos Servidores Públicos no Estado de São Paulo (FESSP-ESP)

  36. Brazil - MARIA SALETE CROSS - Confederação Nacional dos Trabalhadores na Saúde (CNTS)

  37. Brazil - Sheila Maria Gonçalves da Silva -

  38. Brazil - Sueli Silvia Adriano - Federação dos Trabalhadores Municipais de Santa Catarina (FETRAM-SC)

  39. Brazil - Thiago Álvares Feital - UFMG

  40. Brazil - Rafael Soares Lemos de Farias, GLU

  41. Brazil - Flávia Gomes da Silva Nozue, PSI Interaméricas

  42. Bulgaria - Nadia Kozhouharova - Animus Association Foundation

  43. Bulgaria - Slava Zlatanova, Federation of Trade Unions - Health Servics - Citub

  44. Canada - Amar Nijhawan, she/her -

  45. Canada - Laure Letarte-Lavoie - Alliance du personnel professionnel et technique de la santé et des services sociaux APTS

  46. Canada - Shirley Dorismond - Fédération interprofessionnelle de la santé du Québec - FIQ

  47. Canada - Michele Girash - Public Service Alliance of Canada

  48. Canada - Dawn Learning, Canadian Union of Public Employees

  49. Canada - Maxime Larcher, APTS

  50. Chile - María Alicia - atención primaria de salud

  51. Chile - Ana Maria Vera Haro - Candidatura Popular y Feminista a la Constituyente Distrito 23.

  52. Chile - Andrea Brito Pérez - Confederación Nacional de Funcionarios de la Salud Municipalizada (CONFUSAM)

  53. Chile - Angela Rifo C - Agrupación Nacional Empleados Fiscales (ANEF)

  54. Chile - carolina aravena zuñiga - Confederación Nacional de Funcionarios de la Salud Municipalizada (CONFUSAM)

  55. Chile - Celso - Confederación Nacional de Funcionarios de la Salud Municipalizada (CONFUSAM)

  56. Chile - Claudia Frías Amestica - Confederación Nacional de Funcionarios de la Salud Municipalizada (CONFUSAM)

  57. Chile - Elizabeth - Confederación Nacional de Funcionarios de la Salud Municipalizada (CONFUSAM)

  58. Chile - Fabiola Fuentes Guzman - Confederación Nacional de Funcionarios de la Salud Municipalizada (CONFUSAM)

  59. Chile - Gisella Valenzuela Artigas - Cecosf Escuadrón

  60. Chile - Lennin Gallardo Valdés - Confederación Nacional de Funcionarios de la Salud Municipalizada (CONFUSAM)

  61. Chile - Leonardo Parraguez Gallardo - Asociacion base de atención primaria la florida, CONFUSAM

  62. Chile - Maria Elena Rozas Pino - Confederación Nacional de Funcionarios de la Salud Municipalizada (CONFUSAM)

  63. Chile - Marianela Herrera Vera -

  64. Chile - Nayareth Quevedo - ISP

  65. Chile - Patricia mesina garcia -

  66. Chile - Patricio Orellana Nuñez - Confederación Nacional de Funcionarios de la Salud Municipalizada (CONFUSAM)

  67. Chile - Viviana Apablaza Gajardo - Confederación Nacional de Funcionarios de la Salud Municipalizada (CONFUSAM)

  68. Chile - Virginia González Miranda - Confederación Nacional de Funcionarios de la Salud Municipalizada (CONFUSAM)

  69. Chile - Carmen Albornoz Gallegos - Asociación de Fiscalizadores de Impuestos Internos de Chile (AFIICH)

  70. Chile - Fernando Riveros - Anfsml

  71. Chile - Nidia Bravo Osorio - Asociación Nacional de Empleados Impuestos Internos (ANEIICH)

  72. Chile - Tania Melnick - Comunicadora Social

  73. Chile - Karin Mendoza, Anejud

  74. Chile - Nidia Bravo, ANEIICH

  75. Chile - Carolina Rudnick, Fundación Libera contra la Trata de Personas y la Esclavitud en Todas sus Formas

  76. Chile - Giorgio Boccardo, Fundación Nodo XXI

  77. Chile - Yessenia Rodriguez, Fenpruss

  78. Colombia - Gloria Silvia Ramirez Rojas - Asociación Sindical de Servidores Públicos del Ministerio de Defensa, Fuerzas Militares, Policía Nacional (ASODEFENSA)

  79. Colombia - Ruth Lora Londoño - UNETE

  80. Colombia - Mabel Jaraba Contreras, SUDEB- sindicato único de trabajadores de la educacion

  81. Colombia - Julian Andres Corrales

  82. Côte d'Ivoire - Ouattara épouse Nguessan Tiekhou Antoinette - Syndicat National des sages-femmes ivoiriennes (SYNSFI)

  83. Ecuador - Angelica Ordonez - Asociación de Funcionarios y Empleados de la Universidad Andina Simón Bolívar Subsede Ecuador (ASOUASB)

  84. Ecuador - Vanessa Bosquez - Independiente

  85. Ecuador - Ginger Tumbaco Quintero - Confederación Nacional de Servidores Públicos del Ecuador (CONASEP)

  86. Ecuador - Gloria Minango Narváez - Consejo Nacional para la Igualdad de Género

  87. Ecuador - Miguel Borja -

  88. Ecuador - Maritza Zambrano - Sindicato Nacional Unico De Trabajadoras Remuneradas Del Hogar Ecuador

  89. Ecuador - Sisa Madrid - Compañía Nacional de Danza

  90. Ecuador - María Augusta Carrillo, CONASEP

  91. Ecuador - Jessica Johanna Rivera Ulcuango

  92. France - GIL - CFDT

  93. France - Muriel Marcilloux - FNME CGT

  94. France - Le Noc - CFDT SANTE SOCIAUX

  95. France - William MONCEL - CFDT Santé-sociaux

  96. France - Agustina Soto Acebal - Public Service International

  97. France - Aurore Capelier -

  98. France - Hazel Ripoll - Public Services International

  99. France - Marcelo Netto - Public Services International

  100. France - Mike Waghorne - Retired - formerly with PSI.

  101. France - Veronika Tober - Public Services International

  102. France - Hervé Wittmer, CFDT santé-sociaux

  103. Germany - Alexa Wolfstädter - ver.di

  104. Germany - Sophia Wirsching - German NGO Network against Trafficking in Human Beings - KOK e.V.

  105. Germany - Lea Rakovsky, Ban Ying e.V.

  106. Guatemala - Kevin Alexander Junior Carrera Vielman, Comité Nacional de Juventudes ISP Guatemala

  107. India - Banaani Deka - Public Services International

  108. India - Sharmistha Barwa, Independent consultant

  109. Italy - Nicoletta grieco - Fpcgil

  110. Jamaica - Techa Clarke-Griffiths

  111. Jamaica - Melaini Mullings-Arnold, Jamaica Civil Service Association-

  112. Lebanon - chahnaz El Zein - Public Services International

  113. Lebanon - Joumana Al Azar - Public Services International

  114. Lebanon - Najwa Hanna - Public Services International

  115. Mali - Maiga Issoufi, Fderation des syndicats du secteur public IS MALI

  116. Mauritius - Manisha Goodary Tauckoor - Federation of Parastatal Bodies and Other Unions (FPBOU)

  117. Mexico - Angélica Sánchez Santiago - Comunicacion Intercambio Y Desarrollo Humano En America Latina A C

  118. Mexico - Guadalupe Guillermina Carmona - Centro de Apoyo para el Movimiento Popular de Occidente, A. C.

  119. Mexico - Gina Guadalupe Arellano Castillo - Sindicato Democrático Independiente de Trabajadores del Sistema de Transporte Colectivo Metro

  120. Mexico - ANA LAURA RAMÍREZ HUITRÓN - RED DE TRABAJADORAS DE LA EDUCACIÓN SNTE

  121. Mexico - Lourdes García Acevedo - Frente Feminista NACIONAL

  122. Mexico - MARIA DEL CARMEN ORDAZ - Coordinación Feminista Olimpia de Gouges, AC.

  123. Mexico - Mercedes Olivera Bustamante - CDMCh

  124. Mexico - Monica Jimenez - Sindicato Mexicano de Electricistas

  125. Mexico - Blanca Velazquez - Centro de Apoyo al Trabajador

  126. Mexico - Montserrat Zurita Medina, Sindicato de trabajadores de la universidad nacional autónoma de méxico

  127. Mexico - Sulima Garcí­a, Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro

  128. Mexico - Mauricio Hernández, STUNAM

  129. Mexico - Judith Cuellar, STUNAM

  130. Mexico - Rubá­ Carla Gutiérrez, STUNAM

  131. Mexico - Cesar, STUNAM

  132. Mexico - Valentina Zendejas Moheno

  133. Mexico - César Aguilar Reyes, STUNAM

  134. Nepal - Jeni Jain Thapa - Public Services International

  135. Netherlands - Rachel Walker

  136. New Zealand - David Gerbault -

  137. New Zealand - Caleb Gordon - New Zealand Public Service Association (NZPSA)

  138. New Zealand - Lucy Andreetti - New Zealand Public Service Association (NZPSA)

  139. Pakistan - Abdul Haleem - All Pakistan Labour Federation (APLF)

  140. Paraguay - David Campos - Sitrande

  141. Paraguay - Rocio - APE

  142. Paraguay - Silvia Beatriz Araújo Amarilla - Sitrama

  143. Paraguay - Blanca Rodríguez Otazú - Asociación Paraguaya de Enfermeria

  144. Paraguay - Fátima Fernández -

  145. Paraguay - Maria Concepcion Chávez -

  146. Philippines - Glen Q Pastorfide - Public Services International

  147. Philippines - Victor G. Chiong - Public Services International

  148. Philippines - Violeta P. Fernandez, PSLINK/ BINAN INTEGRATED NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL FACULTY ASSS.

  149. Philippines - Flor Lamit, Amang Rodriguez Memorial Medical Center

  150. South Africa - Sandra van Niekerk - Public Services International

  151. South Korea - Youngbae Chang - Korean Public Service and Transport Workers' Union (KPTU)

  152. Spain - Dolores Gómez Jiménez -

  153. Spain - Alejandra Lago Cameselle -

  154. Spain - María Jesús de la Flor -

  155. Spain - Angel Gasque -

  156. Spain - Ángel Iglesias Fernández - UGT Coruña

  157. Spain - María Ángeles Fernández Cillero - Organización Mundial De Cuidados

  158. Spain - Carlos Agrasar Cruz -

  159. Spain - Carlos Dãaz del Rão - UGT

  160. Spain - María -

  161. Spain - FeSP UGT Tarragona - FeSP UGT

  162. Spain - Sector de Enseñanza - FeSP-UGT

  163. Spain - Delia Irene Martinez Conde -

  164. Spain - Jaime Durán García - UGT

  165. Spain - José Manuel Núñez Soutullo - UGT

  166. Spain - Jose seijas Amigo - hospital clinico de santiago

  167. Spain - Juana Rodríguez Abellelleira - UGT

  168. Spain - Olga Lc -

  169. Spain - Victor Pariente Contreras - Union General de Trabajadores

  170. Spain - Leticia Velo Castro - UGT

  171. Spain - MARIA JOSE DACOSTA ARGIBAY -

  172. Spain - García Navarro Milagros - FESP-UGT

  173. Spain - Purificación -

  174. Spain - Regina Rodríguez Rodriguez - UGT

  175. Spain - Rocío Meira Carrillo - UGT

  176. Spain - Rubén - UGT

  177. Spain - Silvia Iglesias Sanchez - UGT

  178. Spain - José Antonio Gómez Gómez - UGT Galicia

  179. Spain - luis fernandez lopez - UGT

  180. Spain - Jorge Fortes -

  181. Spain - David Fernández

  182. Spain - Erica Gutiérrez Méndez

  183. Spain - Carmen Escandó

  184. n Garcí­a

  185. Spain - Gloria Mora Campos, UGT

  186. Spain - Carmen Riesgo López

  187. Spain - Lurdes, Ugt

  188. Spain - Pilar González Ferrer, Unión General de Trabajadores

  189. Spain - Manuela

  190. Spain - Marí­a Teresa Rodrí­guez Blanco, UGT

  191. Switzerland - Olivier Zimmermann -

  192. Switzerland - Catherine A Kane

  193. Tanzania - Eym Maria - WATED

  194. Togo - Charlotte Kalanbani - Public Services International

  195. Uganda - Immaculate Mukasa - MEMPROW - Mentoring and Empowerment Programme for Young Women

  196. Uganda - Maurine Aber - All in One Women's Association

  197. United Kingdom - Dave Chappell -

  198. United Kingdom - James Graham Corscadden - TUC

  199. United Kingdom - Laura Denham - Individual

  200. United Kingdom - David Kirby - Doctors In Unite

  201. United Kingdom - Diane Elson - UK Women's Budget Group

  202. United Kingdom - Jackie Lewis - UNISON

  203. United Kingdom - Luke Holland - Tax Justice Network

  204. United Kingdom - Penny Smith - UNISON

  205. United Kingdom - Sophie Efange - Gender and Development Network

  206. United Kingdom - Tamara Gausi - ITUC/Equal Times

  207. United Kingdom - Hannah Bristow

  208. United Kingdom - Larry Sanders

  209. United States - Pablo Stein - AFT

  210. United States - John C Bhend - AFSCME Local 52

  211. United States - Jan Hochadel - AFT/AFT-CT

  212. United States - Gawain Kripke - independent

  213. United States - Raimo Kangasniemi -

  214. United States - Steve Porter - Public Services International

  215. United States - Valentine M Moghadam - Northeastern University

  216. United States - Florencia Giordano, Women Entrepreneurs of NYC, NYC Dept. of Small Business Services

  217. United States - Marisol

  218. Zimbabwe - Mavies Sibanda - Zimbabwe Urban Councils Workers Union (ZUCWU)

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