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Fri 21 June
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Sat 22 June
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All days
Saturday 22 June 2019 09.00 - 10.30
A-11 GLM07 Doing Family in Transnational Labor Migration?
Netlau
Chair: Helma Lutz Organizers: Anna Amelina, Helma Lutz
Discussant: Anna Amelina
Loretta Baldassar, Raelene Wilding : Digital Kinning: the Role of Distant Care Support Networks in Ageing
Majella Kilkey : (Im)mobility in Selective and Competitive Migration Regimes: Discourses and Policies on Ageing Parents
Valentina Mazzucato : Women in Transnational Families


B-11 GLM27 Regulatory Strategies for Ensuring Decent Work for Migrant Workers
Scheltema
Chair: Joo-Cheong Tham Organizer: Nicola Piper
Discussant: Joo-Cheong Tham
Sayomi Ariyawansa : Exploitation and temporary migrant workers in the Australian agriculture sector
Nicola Piper, Matt Withers : South-South Migration and Decent Work: Global Union Strategies for Fair Wages
Helen Sampson : ‘Beyond Borders’: the Regulation of the Living and Working Conditions of International Seafarers


C-11 GLM32 The Care-Migration Nexus: A Global and Comparative Perspective
Posthumus
Chair: Eileen Boris Organizer: Sabrina Marchetti
Discussant: Sabrina Marchetti
Katherine Maich : Migration, Geopolitics, and Law: Logistics of Specificity and Universalism for Domestic Workers
Marlene Seiffarth : The impact of internal migration processes on paid domestic work in Brazil
Feng Xu, Kendra Strauss : Eldercare Workers in Shanghai and Vancouver: an Essential yet Invisible Labour Force in Two Aspiring Global Cities



Saturday 22 June 2019 10.45 - 12.15
A-12 GLM34 Transnational Placement Agencies for Migrant Care-Workers - Actors in a Global Market
Netlau
Chair: Helma Lutz Organizer: Helma Lutz
Discussants: -
Brigitte Aulenbacher : Caring Entrepreneurs, Black Sheeps and People, who want to stay at Home. Austria’s 24-h Care Reloaded
Pei-Chia Lan : Negotiating Care Culture and Ethnic Difference: Recruitment and Training of Migrant Care Workers in Taiwan and Japan
Sabrina Marchetti : Care-intermediaries: Brokers and Agencies as Key Players in the Transnational Recruitment of Caregivers
Karin Schwiter : Capitalising on Gender, Ethnicity and Mobility: the Role of Transnational Placement Agencies for Live-in Elder Care Workers in Switzerland


B-12 GLM35 Unravelling Cuba: Rethinking Race, Gender, Labor, Sexuality, and Cuban Migration Histories and Experience
Scheltema
Chair: Nancy Mirabal Organizer: Nancy Mirabal
Discussant: Gioconda Herrera
Karina Cespedes : Pinguero Palestino: Hunger and Duality in Havana's Borderlands in Post Soviet Cuba
Gema R Guevara : The Unintended Consequences of la Trata Amarilla: Chinese Indentured Servitude and Cuban Racial Formation in the Mid-NIneteenth Century
Nancy Mirabal : Imperial Migration, Moving North under Empiree: Afro-Cuban Migration, Labor, and Activism in New York City, 1902-1945


C-12 GLM18 Low-Wage Migrant Workers' Access to Workplace Rights: a Remedy for Labour Abuse and Exploitation
Posthumus
Chair: Elspeth Guild Organizer: Elspeth Guild
Discussant: Elspeth Guild
Muhammad Ala Uddin : Slavery, Sex, and Remittance: Exploring the Plight of the Bangladeshi Women Migrants in the Middle East
Bjarney Fridriksdottir : Systematic Discrimination against Low Skilled Migrant Workers in the Middle East
Bernard Ryan : From Labour Migration to Employment Law Reform


D-12 GLM22 Posted Workers in Europe
Nikolaevsky
Chair: Eleonore Kofman Organizer: Eleonore Kofman
Discussant: Eleonore Kofman
Dries Lens, Ninke Mussche & Ive Marx : The Integration of Posting and Third Country Labour Migration into the Single European Labour Market - a Portrait of New Migration and Mobility Patterns in the EU
Nathan Lillie : A Comparative Analysis of Union Responses to Posted Work in Four European Countries
Ursula Mense-Petermann : Transnational Labour Markets and their Regulation – the Case of Eastern European Service Contract Workers in the German Meat Industry



Saturday 22 June 2019 13.00 - 14.30
A-13 PLE03 Plenary: Global Labour Migration: Prospects for the Future
Netlau
Chair: Joo-Cheong Tham Organizers: -
Discussants: Helma Lutz, Prabhu Mohapatra, Ngai Pun, Leah Vosko


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