Frustrated and Displaced’: Filipina domestic workers in Canada
This article examines the case of Filipina domestic workers in Canada, based on a participatory action research study that the authors carried out with Filipina domestic workers in 1996. The Philippines has been a major supplier of migrant labour, and is one of the principal sources of foreign domestic workers in Canada.
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