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Social Protection for Migrant Domestic Workers in Cambodia: A Case Study

Date

2010

Abstract

The goal of this case study is twofold. First, this research aims to provide an understanding of the many difficulties migrant workers face. Second, this report seeks to examine the path to overcoming the previously stated challenges. The first chapter explores social protections in Cambodia. After a broad examination of social protections in Cambodia the focus is narrowed to those social protections affecting migrant workers. The subsequent chapter looks at the story of a woman named Vann Sinoun who was a Cambodian migrant worker. Vann Sinoun’s story illustrates in a very human way the hardships migrant workers face. The final chapter looks at the different advocacy strategies undertaken on behalf of migrant workers. The study concludes with a brief discussion of the steps that need to be undertaken to ensure social protections for Cambodians.

Publisher

The Global Network Solidar

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Keywords

Domestic Workers, Cambodia

Economic sectors

Occupations in services - Domestic work, Home child care providers, and Home support workers, housekeepers and related occupations

Content types

Policy analysis, Documented cases of abuse, Support initiatives, and Statistics on work and life conditions

Target groups

Policymakers, Public awareness, and NGOs/community groups/solidarity networks

Geographical focuses

Regional relevance

Spheres of activity

Law and Social work

Languages

English