National Domestic Workers Alliance has a variety of information and ongoing campaigns for domestic workers in the United States.

International Labour Organization (ILO) has a wealth of informational resources on domestic workers worldwide.

International Domestic Workers Network has information on several organizations and an urgent action section

12 x 12 is a global campaign to ratify the Domestic Workers Convention (initially started to campaign for 12 ratifications of the ILO convention in 2012). They also have a facebook page.

National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights (NNIRR) works to defend and expand the rights of all immigrants and refugees, regardless of immigration status and offers several ways to get involved and become active with their organization.

DRUM (Desis Rising Up and Moving) has a Workers Center and offers a Know Your Rights resource page for immigrant workers living in the United States.

SAALT (South Asian Americans Leading Together) has general information on immigrant rights

Human Rights Watch has an information page on justice for domestic workers and made a short video about the risks faced by international migrant domestic workers and their campaign for ratify the International Domestic Workers Convention

The New York Times published Gratiane de Moustier’s photos documenting Indonesian domestic workers in training (2/26/13) and an interactive multimedia piece on domestic workers (7/13/12)