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Un recurso en línea para los derechos de los trabajadores de la red (in) migrantes

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Detalles del actor

 

Imprima y guarde

Investigador / equipo de investigación

Glenda Bonifacio

Descripción

Glenda Bonifacio
Faculty
Women & Gender Studies
Office: C882 (University Hall)
Phone: (403) 380-1897
Fax: (405) 329-2555

Research Interests
Gender, Migration and Citizenship
Migration, Development and Globalization
Women, Religion and Activism
Feminist Spirituality

Selected Publications:

2009. Gender, Religion and Migration: Pathways of Integration (co-edited with Vivienne SM. Angeles). Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books.

2009. Activism from the Margins: Filipino Marriage Migrants in Australia. Frontiers: A Journal of Women’s Studies (Special issue on Women’s Clubs at Home and in the World) 30(3): 142-168

2009. Migration and Maternalism: (Re)Configuring Ruddick’s Maternal Love. In Maternal Thinking: Philosophy, Politics, Practice, ed. Andrea O’Reilly, 160-172. Toronto: Demeter Press.

2009. Feminist Teaching of the Goddess in Southern Alberta: Students’ Responses and Challenges. In Feminist Spirituality: The Next Generation, ed. Chris Klassen, 119-135. Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books.

2009. From Temporary Workers to Permanent Residents: Transitional Services for Filipino Live-in Caregivers in Southern Alberta. Our Diverse Cities: Prairies Region 6 (Spring): 136-149.

2008. Doing Democracy and Feminism in the Classroom: Challenging Hegemonic Practices. In Doing Democracy: Striving for Political Literacy and Social Justice, eds. Paul Carr and Darren Lund, 195-211. New York: Peter Lang Publishers.

2008. I Care for You, Who Cares for Me? Transitional Services of Filipino Live-in Caregivers in Canada. Asian Women: Gender Issues in International Migration 24(1):25-50.

2005. Filipino Women in Australia: Practising Citizenship at Work. Asian and Pacific Migration Journal 14(3):293-326.

2003. Becoming an Australian Citizen: A Total Buy-Out for the Filipina? Review of Women’s Studies 13(1):126-156.

2002. Women in the Throes of Nationalist Struggles: Focus on Leyte and Samar. In Resistance and Revolution: Philippine Archipelago in Arms, ed. Bernardita Churchill, 80-87. Manila: National Commission for Culture and the Arts.

Estado

Activo

E-mail

Conexiones

Los sectores económicos

Occupations in services - Domestic work

Áreas de regulación

Derecho a cambiar de empleador, Derecho a elegir su lugar de residencia, Derecho a organizarse, Normas Laborales, Salud y Seguridad, Programas de integración para los recién llegados, Salud y Servicios Sociales, El acceso a la condición de permanente, La reunificación familiar, Las agencias de contratación y la inversión, Calidad de la vivienda, Criterios para la selección de los trabajadores migrantes (im), Derecho a la igualdad (de género), Derecho a la igualdad (origen nacional), Derecho a la libertad, Derecho a la dignidad, y Derecho a la privacidad

Relevancia geográfica

Ontario, Alberta, Manitoba, Filipinas, y Pacific and Oceania

Esferas de la actividad

Estudios en Género y Sexualidad, Historia, y Ciencias Políticas

Idiomas

Inglés y Tagalo