logo

Papers

Financial Inclusion

Gendered vulnerabilities, Discrimination and Abuse among Women Migrants - A Special Reference to Return Domestic Workers in Kerala, India

Author : R.S Reshmi | 2016
Published By: Princeton

Women have long been migrating for a variety of reasons, either independently or as dependents. But, migrant women’s contribution was largely unseen as they were mostly perceived as dependents of migrant male family members. Despite their contribution to the economic and social development of countries of origin and destination, as well as to families and communities back home, women migrant workers undergo a lot of discrimination and human rights violations during the migration process.

URL : http://iussp2009.princeton.edu/papers/91496

Copyright of the website rests with Sir Dorabji TATA Trust and the Allied Trusts

Website maintained and developed by IRIS Knowledge Foundation