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Care needs and migration for domestic work: Ukraine-Poland

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by IDWFED published Jun 23, 2016 12:00 AM
Contributors: Marta Kindler, Anna Kordasiewicz, Monika Szulecka/ILO
This report outlines the main characteristics of Ukrainian migrant domestic work in Poland.

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This report outlines the main characteristics of Ukrainian migrant domestic work in Poland.

Its structure is as follows.

Section 1 provides basic economic, labour market and migration information on Poland.

Section 2 concerns Poland’s regulatory framework applicable to national domestic workers (DWs) and to migrant domestic workers (MDWs).

Migration modalities, regulation and policy are discussed in section 3.

Section 4 analyses the perceptions, attitudes and behaviour of employers of DWs and MDWs, based on qualitative research results.

Section 5 follows with a detailed discussion of care policies and practices in Poland. A brief assessment of the extent to which

MDW issues are currently of political relevance can be found in section 6.

The report also includes a short analysis of data and knowledge development on Ukrainian MDWs in Poland. It provides conclusions and a set of recommendations.

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http://www.ilo.org/budapest/what-we-do/publications/WCMS_503749/lang--en/index.htm
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