Workers' Rights Watch: Theory of Change
All women workers are free from all forms of gender-based violence and exploitation in the workplace

A social justice driven world where all women workers enjoy access to full, productive employment and decent work that guarantee the realisation and enjoyment of their rights.

Proposed Solution: Enhance capacities of women workers and advocate for accountable, robust and inclusive systems and practices that are free from all forms of gender-based violence, guarantee decent work, reduce the widespread and systematic violations of trade union rights and enhance participation for all female workers.

Proposition Statement: All women workers are free from all forms of gender-based violence in the workplace and are protected by accountable, robust and inclusive systems and practices that guarantee decent work, reduce the widespread and systematic violations of trade union rights and enhance participation for all female workers.

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Workers' Rights Watch: Communication Strategy
DelMonte Campaign

WRW believes in dispute resolutions as key in delivering both accountability and well being which remains a rare commodity in Kenya and yet workers are the most affected. Practice however seems to suggest that effective organizing at the local level can ensure better delivery by District labor officers and the directorate of occupational Health and safety officers.