StreetNet has a resource centre with research material available on informal traders and related work. Please call the head office in advance to make a booking.
|30 January 2015||Global Labour Programme: WIEGO Research - Collective Bargaining in the Informal Economy [pdf]|
|25 February 2013||Towards a model framework for a local level collective bargaining system for street traders [pdf]|
|12 October 2012||Case studies of collective bargaining and representative forums for street traders|
|18 June 2012||NASVI Report - Survey of Street vendors done in the 10 Cities of India [pdf]|
|08 September 2011||Trade unions in the informal sector [pdf]|
|20 July 2010||Women in Informal Employment: Globalizing and Organizing [pdf]|
|10 May 2010||Home-based Garment Workers: The Impact of the Self Employed Women`s Association [pdf]|
|10 February 2010||From waste pickers to university graduates in one generation the story of the More family [pdf]|
|22 April 2007||Extending urban citizenship to informal street traders [pdf]|
|08 October 2006||Namibia’s informal economy: possibilities for Trade Union Intervention, [pdf]|
|08 September 2006||Hawkers and the urban informal sector: a study of street vending in seven cities [pdf]|
|02 August 2006||Problems and Possible Solutions for Stall Sellers and Street Vendors – The Case of Stall Sellers and Street Vendors in front of Chulalongkorn Hospital [pdf]|
|26 June 2006||Impact of Labour Market Policy on the informal economy, Analysis and Recommendations, NEDLAC Community Constituency Position Paper [pdf]|
|30 September 2005||Organizing Informal Women Workers [pdf]|
|20 August 2005||An accessment report of the Indonesian situation of private-public partnerships and the informal economy [pdf]|
|04 June 2005||Street Vendors in Asia: A review [pdf]|
|01 June 2005||Associations of market traders – their roles and potential for further development [pdf]|
|27 November 2004||Organizing in the Global Informal Economy [pdf]|
|18 September 2004||Rethinking the informal economy: Linkages with the formal economy and the formal regulatory environment, [pdf]|
|20 August 2004||Organising in the informal economy: the experience of the Self-Employed Women’s Union, 1994-2004 [pdf]|
|10 September 2003||Voice Regulation on the Informal Economy and New Forms of Work [pdf]|
|01 June 2003||Street Traders and their organisations in South Africa [pdf]|
|30 January 2003||Organising in the taxi industry: The South African experience [pdf]|
|30 January 2003||Organizing in the Informal Economy: A Case Study of the Clothing Industry in South Africa [pdf]|
|18 October 2002||Women and Men in the Informal Economy: A statistical picture [pdf]|
There is also a portuguese version of the Blog where one can access personal updates on news and events. It can be found on this link: http://streetnetbrasil.wordpress.com/
SOUTH AFRICA.Township wars -the myth and mayhem. BD Live (1 February 2014) by Lucky Biyase and Thekiso Anthony Lefifi.
INDONESIA. City to teach street vendors sanitation. The Jakarta Post (29 January 2015).
NEPAL. Evicted Lalitpur street vendors await relocation. e-Kantipur (28 January 2015) by Kaushal Ghimire.
MEXICO. Downtown Mérida: Street Vendors Controversy. The Yucatan Times (28 January 2015).
INDIA. Delhi's Street Vendors Protest Walmart's Shady Tactics. Epoch Times (27 January 2015) by Venus Upadhayaya.
MALAWI. Limbe Traders on Rampage Over Anti-Street Vending Exercise. Nyasa Times (24 January 2015) by Louis Phiri.
USA. What's Really At Stake in the Battle Over Street Vending: Best #Cityreads of the Week. CityLab (24 January 2015) by Lex Berko.
ABU DHABI. Region's first street feast to launch Abu Dhabi Food Festival. Middle East Online (20 January 2015).
INDIA. Street vendors protest delay in issuing licence. The Hindu (20 January 2015).
MALAYSIA. Only local cooks for 13 popular Penang street food.
StreetNet International is an alliance of street vendors. It was launched in Durban, South Africa, in November 2002.
Membership-based organizations (unions, co-operatives or associations) directly organizing street vendors, market vendors and/or hawkers among their members, are entitled to affiliate to StreetNet International.
The aim of StreetNet is to promote the exchange of information and ideas on critical issues facing street vendors, market vendors and hawkers (i.e. mobile vendors) and on practical organizing and advocacy strategies