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Disciplining Female Migration in Argentina : Human Rights in the Time of Migration Management

Author: Tanya Basok; Nicola Piper; Victoria Simmons
Edition/Format: Chapter Chapter : English
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In recent years, international labour migration and its highly gendered nature have received an unprecedented level of attention by international organizations (IOs) and national policymakers in general (GCIM, 2005; IOM, 2009a; UN, 2004; UNFPA, 2006). This renewed attention to international migration at the global level has highlighted demographic and labour market changes which have resulted in labour shortages in  Read more...
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All Authors / Contributors: Tanya Basok; Nicola Piper; Victoria Simmons
ISBN: 978-1-349-44243-0 978-1-137-26307-0
Publication:Geiger, Martin, Banting Fellow, Carleton University, Canada; Disciplining the Transnational Mobility of People; 162-184; London : Palgrave Macmillan UK : Palgrave Macmillan
Language Note: English
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In recent years, international labour migration and its highly gendered nature have received an unprecedented level of attention by international organizations (IOs) and national policymakers in general (GCIM, 2005; IOM, 2009a; UN, 2004; UNFPA, 2006). This renewed attention to international migration at the global level has highlighted demographic and labour market changes which have resulted in labour shortages in certain sectors or skilled professions in richer countries as well as the continuing failure of development projects and the (perceived or real) pressure to outsource labour in poorer countries. The kind of migration that is of interest to IOs and national policymakers migration is the selection of persons who can meet temporary labour demands in host countries.1 This approach is intolerant of unauthorized crossings by migrants, particularly given the hyper-securitized post-9/11 conditions. Thus, from the point of view of international and national policymakers (especially in destination countries), these “uncontrolled” types of migration are to be disciplined, that is, penalized, particularly when they involve smugglers or organized networks of traffickers.

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