Fulfillment of Human Rights Law toward Women as Domestic Workers in Indonesia
Fulfillment of human rights towards female workers as domestic workers hereinafter referred to as domestic workers and providing legal protection, the existence of domestic workers is not something foreign in Indonesia because the concept of work has long been applied by Indonesian people. Domestic worker is a type of work that belongs to the non-formal sector, even though this type of work is always needed by many parties at any time, both by those who provide work and those who offer services. In fact, not infrequently many Indonesian people make work as domestic workers their main job. Regardless of how much demand there is for the services a domestic worker is capable of providing,
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