Minister of Labour, Industrial Relations and Employment Creation, Utoni Nujoma, said the much awaited convention of the International Labour Organisation will strengthen Namibian courts and labour tribunals to enforce domestic workers’ working conditions in order to achieve social justice. Nampa reports that Nujoma made the announcement on Wednesday in the National Assembly. He said the convention stipulates that domestic workers are entitled to the same international labour rights and protections as all other workers, including freedom of association and the effective recognition of the rights to collective bargaining, protection against forced labour and child labour, and the elimination of discrimination in respect of employment and occupation.