Social Protection of Migrant Domestic Workers

Event: 9th ADBI-OECD-ILO Roundtable on Labor Migration in Asia: Innovative Approaches for the Effective Management of Labor Migration in Asia

Social Protection of Migrant Domestic Workers

25 January 2019
Author / Speaker: 
Brenda S.A. Yeoh, Asia Research Institute
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Kellyn Wee, Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore
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Charmian Goh, Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore
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Singapore is largely dependent on a transient population of migrant women to cook, clean, and care. It has adopted policies and better approaches to improve the protection and working conditions of these women but many challenges remain.

Geographical Focus: 
Singapore
Type of Content: 
Learning Event

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