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Migrant labour - An annotated bibliography

  title={Migrant labour - An annotated bibliography},
  author={R. Chen and Mark Madamba},
Foreword This is a paper of the ILO=s International Migration Branch. The objectives of the Branch are to contribute to: (i) the formulation, application and evaluation of international migration policies suited to the economic and social aims of governments, employers= and workers= organizations; and (ii) the increase of equality of opportunity and treatment of migrants and the protection of their rights and dignity. Its means of action are research, technical advisory services and cooperation… Expand
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