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Title: Employment of forced migrants and public policy
Authors: Vella, Stefan Nicholas
Keywords: Forced migration -- Malta
Labor laws and legislation -- Malta
Malta -- Emigration and immigration -- Economic aspects
Foreign workers -- Malta
Issue Date: 2018
Citation: Vella, S.N. (2018). Employment of forced migrants and public policy (Master's dissertation).
Abstract: The ARP tackles the thorny issue of employment of FMs and public policy. A FM is defined as a person fleeing his home to seek refuge somewhere else. This ARP as part of its theoretical framework defines the determinants of forced migration and establishes the benefits a host economy gains from the employment of FMs. The ARP stresses on the vulnerability of an FM, carrying an uncomfortaable baggage of violation of basic human rights. An IP must endeavour to provide the FM with the tools to exercise the right to being employed, and given dignified work. This ARP uses semi-structured interviews within a CIP to define the state of health of the NIP and NMP in Malta, and establish the need for an IP for the integration of FMs in the local labour market. This ARP proposes a solution to this shortcoming by proposing an IP for FM in the labour market which is intersectoral in nature.
Description: M.B.A. EXEC.
Appears in Collections:Dissertations - FacEma - 2018

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