10 December 2011

Right to Work


Asylum Access posted two right to work analyses of the speeches given by High Commissioner Antonio Guterres and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton at last week's Ministerial Meeting.

Other recent employment-related items:

Asylum Seekers Involvement in Self Employment: Study of the Influencing Factors on Business Start-up in Sweden, Thesis submitted to School of Business (UmeƄ University, May 2011) [text]

CoRMSA Defends the Right to Work as Cabinet Questions the Minimum Rights of Immigrants (CoRMSA, Nov. 2011) [text]

Labour Market in the Gaza Strip: Briefing on First-half 2011 (UNRWA, Dec. 2011) [text]

Labour Market in the West Bank: Briefing on First-half 2011 (UNRWA, Dec. 2011) [text]

Refugees' Labour Market Access in Australia: A Case Study of Eritrea African Immigrants, Citizenship and Globalisation Research Papers, no. 1 (Centre for Citizenship and Globalisation, Dec. 2010) [text]

Skills to Survive: Providing Refugee Women the Right to Work (Huffpost Culture, Dec. 2011) [text]

Work is a Human Right: Seeking Asylum, Seeking Employment (ePublications@SCU, 2010) [text]

Finally, next Spring, look for the forthcoming book, Reworking the Relationship between Asylum and Employment, to be published by Routledge. The author, Penelope Mathew, recently wrote the introductory note for the Michigan Guidelines on the Right to Work.

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