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We Asked for Workers

We Got People Instead

Highlights key issues surrounding low wage migration and grounds them in a human rights perspective. The anthology asks three fundamental questions: 1) Why is so much immigration outlawed?; 2) What fundamental rights should migrants without proper documentation possess?; and 3) What makes international human rights for migrants (as opposed to other vulnerable populations) so controversial?

Open Society Institute

9781940983431 : we-asked-for-workers-lyon
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