“Embracing Diversity: Advocating for Inclusive Societies on International Day of Persons with Disabilities” 

In a world that thrives on diversity, inclusion, and equal opportunities, observances like Disability Day hold significant importance. It’s a time to acknowledge the achievements, resilience, and unique perspectives of individuals with disabilities. Beyond celebration, it’s also an opportune moment to shed light on the vital aspect of the right to work for everyone, irrespective […]

What we ask governments to do for migrant care workers

80 percent of the world’s women care workers face labor informality and lack of recognition, and women migrant care workers face even greater difficulties. The Kafala system and other employer-linked visas make their situation even more vulnerable. Care work goes unnoticed, is not properly remunerated and carries risks: it increases the risk of gender-based violence, […]

“Unveiling the Unseen: Championing Mental Health Rights for Women Workers”

Introduction: Women workers are one group that frequently remains unacknowledged in a society when mental health is receiving more attention. Everybody has a right to bask in the radiance of mental health, regardless of gender, region, or occupation. The story of women workers’ mental health, particularly that of those employed in the unorganized sector, is, […]

Finding Balance: Promoting mental health and wellbeing of female workers

Finding the ideal balance between work and personal life can be challenging in today’s fast-paced society. Many of us are constantly working, trying to improve, and balancing our personal obligations and responsibilities. To be happy and healthy overall, one must maintain a healthy work-life balance. Women have overcome obstacles to become an essential component of […]


Advocating for Women’s Work Rights: 5-Day Training Held in Banepa

A five-day training was organized by Tarangini Foundation with the goal of facilitating women workers to take the lead in advocating for their rights to decent work. As a result, a network called “Shram Jivi Mahila Sanjaal” was formed, bringing together women from various fields, including returnee migrant workers, domestic workers, entertainment sector workers, and […]


Journey towards ‘domestic women workers forum’

Domestic work is not considered as work neither from community level nor from state level and the workers are not getting any sort of services like contract paper, leave facilities, social security schemes which is generally provided to other works. Likewise, Nepal’s patriarchal society often treats domestic workers as disposable commodities. Domestic work is often […]