MEN LEFT BEHIND: The Social Costs of Feminized Labor Migration in the Philippines 07 March 2012 /Bayleaf Hotel/Intramuros, Manila
Organized by the Institute for Labor Studies (ILS), the policy research and advocacy arm of the Department of Labor and Employment, the forum is the ILS’ latest contribution to the debates on gender and development, particularly on feminized labor migration.
The Forum entitled MEN LEFT BEHIND: The Social Costs of Feminized Labor Migration in the Philippines, looks into the unexplored angle of the social costs of migration – the men left behind.
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Title: MEN LEFT BEHIND: The Social Costs of Feminized Labor Migration in the Philippines
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