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Migrant domestic workers and EU migration law
Date: 01/08/2012 - 11:18
This blog series has two parts. In this first part today, I examine some of the recent developments in international law relating to migrant domestic workers (of which there are several). In the second part, posted by my colleague, Dr Clíodhna Murphy, will examine the changes recently introduced to the overseas domestic worker regime in the United Kingdom. As she'll explain, these changes have rolled back significant reforms secured through domestic workers’ activism over the last decade.
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