4 edition of Migrant workers in Pacific Asia found in the catalog.
Migrant workers in Pacific Asia
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||editor, Yaw A. Debrah.|
|Series||Studies in Asia Pacific business|
|Contributions||Debrah, Yaw A., 1956-|
|LC Classifications||HD5856.A78 M54 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||166 p. :|
|Number of Pages||166|
|LC Control Number||2002008178|
This book offers a vast range of grassroots perspectives on global migrant labour organisation in the twenty-first century. From workers' organisations in South African migrant worker resistance in the Gulf, from forest workers in the Czech Republic to domestic workers' structures in Hong Kong, this book brings together a wealth of lived experiences and hidden struggles for the first time. The number of women migrants in many countries in the Asia-Pacific region is on the rise. While migration can provide unique opportunities for female workers to improve their livelihoods and gain greater autonomy, it also exposes them to new types of vulnerability and discrimination. This brief looks at the trends and patterns in female labor migration in the Asia-Pacific region as well as key.
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Migrant workers in Pacific Asia. [Yaw A Debrah;] -- In an edited collection of writings the contributors to this volume consider a range of employment issues that affect migrant workers operating in Japan, China, Taiwan, Singapore, South Korea and.
Migrant Workers in Asia has been added to your Cart Add to Cart. Buy Now. Price New from Used from Kindle "Please retry" $ — — Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ $ Paperback "Please retry" $ $ $ This book provides rich and provocative comparative studies of South and Southeast Asian domestic workers Cited by: 3.
The region also hosts more than 7 million migrant workers, mostly from other Asian countries. These migrant workers account for 20 percent or more of the labor force in economies such as Malaysia and Singapore and thus play a significant role in the economies of the labor-receiving by: 4.
Inthere were million international migrants in Asia and the Asia-Pacific region, which has both major migrant countries of origin such as India, Indonesia, the Philippines and Vietnam. This book reviews recent regional migration trends, highlights the growing number of labor migrants in Asia and examines the policy question of how to best safeguard their rights.
This report points to the growing number of labor migrants in Asia and examines the policy question of. The migration of workers to the high growth countries in Pacific Asia in the s was a new phenomenon in these countries. As such the host governments did not have in place adequate housing, social security and legal protection, but the tight controls following the financial crisis have pushed these issues to the back burner.
ASEAN main destination countries – Brunei Darussalam, Malaysia and Singapore – have already experienced large labour mobility flows and a high reliance of several industries on migrant workers.
Currently, the total stock of international migrants in the ASEAN is million and of those, nearly million have moved between countries.
Migrant Workers in the Asia-Pacific Nurachayatun Siti, a year-old Indonesian domestic helper from Surabaya Java, does the family shopping early Saturday morning, 25 Novemberin Sembawang Hills Estates, Singapore.
Migrant domestic workers (MDWs) are predominantly women (with an important presence of migrant men in some parts of the world) Domestic work in general is a highly female domi- nated sector with women representing more than 81 per cent of national domestic workers and 73 per cent of all migrant domestic workers.
Cross border migration has a long history in Asia and the Pacific and in the 21st century labour migration is on the increase. The purpose of this paper is to study Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) conditions for migrant workers in five Asia and the Pacific countries (Australia, Republic of Korea, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand), in response to growing concern about the improvement of Cited by: 6.
The East Asia and Pacific (EAP) region has an international emigrant population of more than 21 million people who remitted US$ billion to their home countries in The region also hosts more than 7 million migrant workers, mostly from other Asian countries. ISBN Safeguarding the Rights of Asian Migrant Workers from Home to the Workplace This report points to the growing number of labor migrants in Asia and examines the policy.
Asia. Decem / AM / 5 months ago Backlash against migrant workers in Asia-Pacific sparks slavery concerns. Nanchanok Wongsamuth. 3 Min Read. BANGKOK (Thomson Reuters. This article is based on the chapter "Migration in the Asia-Pacific Region" in The Age of Migration, fourth edition.A more detailed version can be found in the book.
The Age of Migration website contains more material, including a virtual symposium on the global financial crisis and migration. Migrant Workers in Pacific Asia (review) Migrant Workers in Pacific Asia (review) Athukorala, Prema-chandra. ASEAN Economic Bulletin Vol.
20, No. 1 (), pp. BOOK REVIEWS Migrant Workers in Pacific Asia. Edited by Yaw growth in the domestic economy. This multifaceted debate on foreign workers is going to gain A. Established inthe APMM conducts research, trainings and conferences, advocacy and lobbying side by side migrant organizations in Asia Pacific and the Middle East to defend migrants’ rights, strengthen links and solidarity among them and with their local counterparts, and address the root causes of forced migration.
Responding to chronic labour shortages in the oil rich Arab states in the s and s, some Asian states have been among the first to develop an active overseas employment or labour migration policy that seeks to provide protection to its nationals working abroad, relieve domestic unemployment and augment foreign exchange earnings.
This book provides a comparative analysis of the social, economic, industrial and migration dynamics that structure women’s paid work and unpaid care work experience in the Asia-Pacific region. Each country-focused chapter examines the formal and informal ways in which work and care are managed, t.
The Jesuit Conference of Asia Pacific (JCAP) Migration Network has published a second book. “Settling down: the struggles of migrant workers to adapt” brings together stories and analyses of migrant workers from six different countries in Asia Pacific.
This book redresses the balance and provides timely insights into recent developments in return skilled migration in four regions in the Asia Pacific - Bangladesh, China, Taiwan and Vietnam.
the authors believe that the movement of skilled migrants, and the tacit knowledge they bring with them, is a vital component in the process of globalisation. return migration in the asia pacific Download return migration in the asia pacific or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.
Click Download or Read Online button to get return migration in the asia pacific book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. A migrant worker living in a factory-converted dormitory in in Singapore. Photograph: Edgar Su/Reuters T he dormitories in which Singapore’s migrant workers Author: Rebecca Ratcliffe.95 per cent of migrant workers from India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka are found in West Asia (table 1), along with about two thirds of migrant workers from Bangladesh and the Philippines.
Deployments to South and West Asia constitute 58 per cent of the total from .