A set of three workbooks for those working with craft workers, written by Carolyn Jongeward for HWW drawing on the experience of those working with craft workers in the mapping programme and other organisations.
A5 booklet with short report of the different kinds of organising that came out of the mapping programme, illustrated with colour photos.
A set of 16 colour postcards with photos of homebased workers in a range of countries who took part in the mapping programme.
The photo pack is a set of about 20 A4 colour photos of homebased workers, with a text on the back of each explaining who they are; what country they are from and what kind of organisations they belong to. Used in early stages of working with homebased workers. Each photo is laminated and the set comes in a plastic pack.
This is the original guide to the mapping programme, including basic information about what is meant by mapping; experience of other organisations in organising homebased workers and basic guidelines for action-research.
Training manual drawing on the experience of the mapping programme in three continents (Asia, Latin America and Eastern Europe). Large format, 350 pages. The manual provides a range of ideas and exercises for organisers to start working with homebased workers. Available in paper form or on CD.
A 16 page booklet documenting some of the progress achieved by our mapping programme. Printed versions are available in English, Spanish, Portuguese, Hindi and Tamil. Please email us or write to us for your copy.
Tracing Subcontracting and Marketing Chains to Support Homebased Worker Organising (Available in English and Spanish)
Successful organizing in the informal sector has occurred through homeworker mapping. Homeworker mapping refers to a vertical and horizontal mapping programme based on principles of participation and education through action research. This paper explores homeworker mapping as a successful organizing strategy by examining primary documents from homeworker organizations.