The Market for Migrant Domestic and Sex Workers. Executive Summary

Published 1 January 2007 / By Bridget Anderson, Julia O’Connell Davidson

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This research aimed to gather empirical data that could better inform policy on the demand for migrant sex and domestic workers, and in particular its relation to trafficking. It also sought to generate data that would allow for engagement with theoretical debates around migration; forced and free labour; embodied and emotional labour; gender, race, sexuality, nationality and citizenship.


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