BWI
STOP MACHO CULTURE CAMPAIGN NETWORK
What is Macho Culture on the construction sites?
Macho culture on the construction sites includes bad jargon, social norms, and excluding behavior. Macho attitudes and behaviors also allow employers to push workers to take greater risks and ignore occupational health and safety rules.
WHO WE ARE
BWI Stop Macho Culture Campaign Network brings together BWI affiliates to ensure that both women and men share common values regarding elimination of any forms of discrimination, gender-based violence and harassment.
OUR GOALS
Safe and equal working environment in the construction industry
Raise public awareness on macho culture in the construction industry
Construction industry and trade unions attract more women
Gender clauses in collective bargaining agreements
MEET OUR NETWORK TEAM
Rita
Schiavi
Network Co-Chair (UNIA, Switzerland)
Johan
Lindholm
Network Co-Chair (Byggnads, Sweden)
Maria Angeles Romero Cambra
Network member (CCOO Spain)
Josefine
Krantz
Network member (Malarna, Sweden)
Ida
Ricci
Network member
(FILCA CISL, Italy)
Tracey
Whittle
Network member (UNITE, the UK and Ireland)
Jakob
Wagner
Network member (Byggnads, Sweden)
Anna
Andreeva
Network Secretary,
BWI
NETWORK VIDEOS
Josefine Krantz about Stop Macho Culture
Rita Schiavi about equal opportunities for all
NETWORK in ACTION
LINKS to MATERIALS
Contact us:
BWI - Building & Wood Workers' International
+ 41 22 827 37 77
+ 41 22 827 37 70
info@bwint.org
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