The aim of this special session To address the challenging working, employment and living conditions that migrant women workers face in unequal foreign the labour markets.
1J Fanchette, 2I Bello, 3N Lepink
1Scientific Action Group, PREVOR, Valmondois, France
2Dr. University of Carabobo, Valencia, Venezuela
3Dr. International Labour Office, Geneva, Swiss
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