Migrant access to social protection under Bilateral Labour Agreements a review of 120 countries and nine bilateral arrangements

@inproceedings{Panhuys2017MigrantAT,
  title={Migrant access to social protection under Bilateral Labour Agreements a review of 120 countries and nine bilateral arrangements},
  author={Clara. Van Panhuys and Samia Kazi Aoul and Genevi{\`e}ve. Binette},
  year={2017}
}
This working paper: (i) examines migrants access to social protection under Bilateral Labour Agreements (BLAs) with a view to providing policy makers with guidelines for extending social protection to migrants and designing better migration policies; (ii) presents the results of a mapping of bilateral and multilateral social security agreements in 120 countries; (iii) reviews legislation with respect of the provisions granting equality of treatment between nationals and non-nationals; (iv… CONTINUE READING

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