Traffickers, Brokers, Employment Agents, and Social Networks: The Regulation of Intermediaries in the Migration of Ethiopian Domestic Workers to the Middle East
This paper examines the regulatory regimes surrounding the operations of intermediaries who facilitate Ethiopian women's employment as contract domestic workers in the Middle East. Drawing on empirical research in Ethiopia, Lebanon, and Kuwait, the paper focuses on the commonly observed problem...
|Main Author:||Fernandez, Bina|
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THOUSAND OAKS Blackwell Publishing Ltd 01.12.2013
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|published in:||The International migration review Vol. 47; no. 4; pp. 814 - 843|
|Data of publication:||2013-12|
Social Sciences (General)
The author wishes to acknowledge the feedback and suggestions of Phillipe Fargues, Hilary Charlesworth, Ellen Percy Kraly and two anonymous reviewers. All remaining errors are my responsibility.
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