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Migration and Gender Outcomes: Analysis of Selected Policies in Sri Lanka

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Migration and Gender Outcomes: Analysis of Selected Policies in Sri Lanka

This paper analyzes the implications of migration rules, regulations, and policies in Sri Lanka, in the country’s efforts to integrate gender perspectives into migration issues. The study focuses on three policies: the imposition of maximum chargeable amounts that agents can collect for recruiting migrant workers, mandatory predeparture training for migrants, and the Family Background Report requirement.

Date of Publication
Type of Resource
Target Audience
Academia
Civil Society
Government
Source / Publisher
Language
Geographic Scope
Country
Sri Lanka
Workstream Output
No
Regional Review Process
No
SDGs
SDG.5 - Gender Equality
Keywords
Gender
Migration policy and other public policies
Tags
gender
migration policy
Status
Published

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