From domestic worker to working for the United Nations

On the face of unequal and unfair conditions for domestic workers in many parts of the world, Sindiwe Magona’s inspirational story reminds us that everyone deserves respect and protection of corresponding laws. Every being is full of potential of success and greatness, but when basic requirements of a dignified life are deprived which occurs more often than it should for domestic workers, their vulnerable position leaves many women, men and children from this line of work, in a place where they might not achieve their full potential; awareness and active pursuit of improving conditions to all, is important because we are all capable of amazing things.

 From Domestic Worker To Working For The United Nations | eNCA.

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