SEWUSelf-Employed Womens' Union (South Africa)
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SEWU also challenges the ways that economic structures reinforce traditional patriarchal relationships, raises public awareness of domestic violence, and promotes mobility between the formal and informal sectors of the economy by breaking racial and gender discrimination.
A Labour Policy for All: The Self-Employed Women's Union," Agenda 35 (1997); Trade Union Education Project and SEWU, Understanding the Economy (Durban 1997).