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Migrating out of Poverty International Women's Day 2015 blogs - research findings

For International Women's Day 8 March 2015 Migrating out of Poverty researchers discuss the experiences of female migrant domestic workers.

Lucia Zerna, intern at the Asia Research Institute at the National University of Singapore, demonstrates that Indonesian migrant women can now be simultaneously 'here' and 'there' via the use of information communications technologies.

Collins Yeboah, Communications Officer of the Centre for Migration Studies at the University of Ghana, discusses the experiences of Hawa and Adiata to examine the impact of migrating for domestic work on the families left behind.

Endang Sugiyarto, Migrating out of Poverty supported PhD researcher at the University of Sussex looks at the need for protection of female migrant domestic workers in the Middle East and Asia Pacific.

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By: Angela Haynes
Last updated: Wednesday, 11 March 2015


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