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State of World Population (2006): A Passage to Hope: Women and International Migration
Maria Jose Alcala (au); Patricia Leidl (ed)
Today, women constitute almost half of all international migrants worldwide -- 95 million. Yet, despite contributions to poverty reduction & struggling economies, it is only recently that the international community has begun to grasp the significance of what migrant women have to offer. And it is only recently that policymakers are acknowledging the particular challenges & risks women confront when venturing into new lands. Contents: (1) Migration in the 21st Century; (2) Women & Migration; (3) Trafficking in Women & the Exploitation of Domestic Workers; (4) Refugee Women & Asylum-Seekers; & (5) Safeguarding Human Rights, Embracing Cultural Diversity. Illustrations.
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