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IN FOCUS - UNESCO working to eliminate violence against migrant workers
UNESCO’s contribution to the report of the United Nations Secretary General on UN efforts to implement GA Resolution 58/143 on “Violence against women migrant workers”, presented at the 60th session of the General Assembly 2005.
As part of its mandate to carry out policy-oriented research on violence against women and the ways and means of ending it, UNESCO’s Sector for Social and Human Sciences produced several studies, which were shared with all its partners and posted on-line (Two externally-commissioned research papers on family laws – one on the Middle East and the other on North Africa; Two background studies – prepared by interns under the supervision of the GED section chief – of armed conflict and violence against women in Iraq and in the Democratic Republic of the Congo;...... Read more






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