3 edition of Women workers in South-east Asia found in the catalog.
Women workers in South-east Asia
|Series||Working papers / Asian Employment Programme, Working papers (Asian Employment Programme)|
|Contributions||Asian Regional Team for Employment Promotion.|
|LC Classifications||HD6191, Microfiche 87/60219|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||96|
|LC Control Number||87907009|
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This collection contributes to key theoretical debates about women workers in Asia and breaks new ground by focussing on issues that have been little documented in other studies in the area.
It provides new information and insights into labour systems associated with labour intensive export. In HomeNet South East Asia was formed and inHomeNet South Asia was founded. The latter followed a successful regional dialogue with employers and governments leading to the Kathmandu Declaration, which recommended that all countries in South Asia formulate national policies and plans of action for home-based workers in consultation.
Lim, Linda Y. (a) ‘Women industrial workers: the specificities of the Malaysian case’ in Jamilah Ariffin and Wendy Smith (eds), Malaysian Women in the Urban and Industrial Labour Force (Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies), by: In many parts of South-East Asia, women's lifestyles are going through enormous changes as women move from traditional rural, agricultural lifestyles to modern, urban lifestyles, which often involve migration to cities, taking on paid work, and having a quite different relationship with their by: The radicalization in the s also meant the breakthrough of Women workers in South-east Asia book questions in the labor movements, partly based on a feminization of the workforce.
Many women workers were employed in the public sphere with, in some respects, contradicting interests with industrial workers. Demands for equal pay for equal work were raised, women workers. Read "Women Workers, Migration and Family in Sarawak" by Cheng Sim Hew available from Rakuten Kobo.
In many parts of South-East Asia, women's lifestyles are going through enormous changes as women move from traditional r Brand: Taylor And Francis. In numerous parts of Women workers in South-east Asia book Asia, women's life are going via monumental modifications as women switch from typical rural, Women workers in South-east Asia book life to modern, metropolis life, which incessantly include migration to cities, taking up paid work, and having a reasonably completely Women workers in South-east Asia book.
In many parts of South-East Asia, women's Women workers in South-east Asia book are going through enormous changes as women move from traditional rural, agricultural lifestyles to modern, urban lifestyles, which often involve migration to cities, taking on paid work, and having a Cited by: This book examines the contradictions between the prevailing ideologies and cultural practices and the economic interests of women in poor households in Asia.
Here the primacy of economic needs necessitates that all members of the household, women, men and children engage in income generating. Chinese migrants have a long history of seeking better lives in Southeast Asia. But as a new breed of worker from an ascendant China ruffles feathers, a. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xviii, pages: Women workers in South-east Asia book ; 23 cm.
Contents: Introduction / Amarjit Kaur --Framing Women Workers in Asia: Gender-Related Socio-Demographic and Developmental Indicators / Ian Metcalfe --Population and population growth --Fertility --Life expectancy --Infant and maternal mortality --Poverty and human development.
Human trafficking and south-east Asian women: it's not all about sex work Initiative recognises widespread problem of labour trafficking and aims. The book investigates the outcomes of these mutual claims and the power of the state and the women's movement in improving women's lives.
It also questions the effects on women of recent changes to the state, such as Indonesia's transition to democracy and the election of its first female president. The wider context is by: Get this from a library. Women workers in industrialising Asia: costed, not valued. [Amarjit Kaur;] -- This collection contributes to key theoretical debates about women workers in Asia and breaks new ground by focussing on issues that have been little documented Women workers in South-east Asia book other studies in the area.
Women in Post-colonial South Asia, to the Present. IX.A. Women in Independent India. Independence meant a significant improvement in the legal status of Indian women. The Constitution granted them the right to vote and an equal rights provision that there was to be no discrimination of the basis of sex.
However, these women’s optimism was soured by the introduction of foreign workers to the country. I also discovered that daughters working for their family factories were caught in a dilemma. On the one hand, they were eager to pursue the better opportunities.
Human trafficking and smuggling are perhaps the most heinous of all crimes. Motivated by greed, traffickers and smugglers exploit poor, vulnerable people. They are able to prosper where governments are weak or uncaring, and in societies where respect for.
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Downloadable. Working paper on the working conditions of rural women workers, especially young workers, in the export oriented microelectronics electronics industry in South East Asia.
Highlights occupational disease hazards associated with production processes, the need for a cheap labour supply, and the social and cultural factors motivating rural migration and by: 3. This GLO Cluster will focus on the following pressing issues in a South-East Asian context: the impact of foreign labor on native employment; work conditions and rights of migrant workers; school-to-work transition and graduate/youth unemployment; trends in income and education inequality; market returns to education and skills; women’s participation in the economy; and labor market.
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Women migrant workers play an important role in economic development in Southeast Asia. For decades, countries in the region have either sent or received large numbers of women migrant workers. Demand for contract labor in the Arab states as well as other Southeast and East Asian countries has led to significant emigration amongst women workers in the Philippines, Indonesia, Sri Lanka and.
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The AsianFile Size: KB. "Patriarchy in East Asia" varies greatly according to the interplay between cultural norms, economic change, and government policies. This book provides an historical study and theoretical analysis of the transitions that have occurred in the status of women during the course of modernization and industrialization in five East Asian societies Japan, South Korea, North Korea, Taiwan, and China.
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Despite increased U.S. foreign policy attention over the past decade, human trafficking remains widespread and deeply entrenched in many Asian countries. The precise number of. “Labour rights are human rights, and the ability to exercise these rights in the workplace is prerequisite for workers to enjoy a broad range of other rights, whether economic, social, cultural, political or otherwise.” Some of the worst violations happen among.
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36, No.June Series: Studies in the Economies of East and South-East Asia. Cleary, You can pay for Springer eBooks with Visa, Mastercard, American Express or Paypal. Women Workers in Industrialising Asia Costed, Not Valued. Series: Studies in the Economies of East and South-East Asia. Kaur, A.
(Ed.) In South-East Asia, women have somewhat more autonomy. But all three systems have escaped many of the social changes that have buffeted family life in the West since the s. Asia India: Midday-meal workers walk out over poverty wages.
Thousands of midday-meal workers in India took industrial action and demonstrated in. The need for women to balance productive and reproductive responsibilities is often neglected and labour laws and social policies arc often gender-blind.
Publication Type: Book Chapter Source of Publication: Women Workers in Industrialising Asia: Costed, Not Valued, p. Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan Place of Publication: Basingstoke, United.
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Learn more about our impact, approach, mission, vision, and values.HomeNet South Asia, born out of the South Asia regional conference on home-based workers, organized ebook SEWA, UNIFEM and WIEGO, is a network of 60 member-based organizations (MBOs) and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) that are based in eight countries in South Asia.
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