Open Door International: for the Economic Emancipation of the Woman Worker (ODI)
Internationale de la porte ouverte, pour l'émancipation économique de la travailleuse
Internacional de la Puerta Abierta, para la Emanicipación Económica de la Trabajadora
1929-06-15 Berlin Germany
15 Jun 1929, Berlin (Germany). Constitution amended: 27 Jul 1933, Prague (Czech Rep); 26 Jul 1938, Cambridge (UK); 25 Jul 1950, Sigtuna (Sweden); 19 Aug 1952, Copenhagen (Denmark); 29 Jul 1954, Oxford (UK).
Secure that a woman shall be free to work and be protected as a worker on the same terms as a man, and that legislation and regulations dealing with conditions and hours, payment, entry and training shall be based upon the nature of the work and not upon the sex of the worker; secure for a woman, irrespective of marriage or childbirth, the right at all times to decide whether or not she shall engage in paid work, and ensure that no legislation or regulation shall deprive her of this right.
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