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Convergences and Divergences in International Legal Norms on Migrant Labor by Chantal Thomas

Multiple international legal regimes’-in human rights law, refugee law, labor law, trade law and criminal law-address, to some degree, the rights and privileges that should be accorded to aliens working within the territories of states parties. Even within these particular subject areas, let alone between them, however, “little has been done” in the way of synthesis…

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