International Convention on Protection of Migrant Workers

  • Gaurav Kumar Arya and Arti Chauhan
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  • Gaurav Kumar Arya

    Student at Galgotias University, India

  • Arti Chauhan

    Student at Galgotias University, India

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“it is precisely in society and in culture that we must show respect for the dignity of man, of the migrant and of the refugee. In this regard, I once again urge States to adhere to the International Convention for the Protection of the Rights of Migrant Workers and their Families & protection of human life must be guaranteed in every civil Nation…” In the current global context, many migrant workers, and in particular women and irregular workers are not very inadequately covered by social security and other social protection programmes. Current human rights standards related to migrant workers and families have so far had little impact to change this situation. The protection of the rights of workers employed outside their countries of origin has been the subject of increasing concern throughout the UN system. A large array of international instruments exists to provide parameters for the regulation of international migration and standards for human and labour rights.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 3, Page 6206 - 6214


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