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The Economic, Social, And Cultural Rights Of Migrants In An Irregular Situation  

Many migrants in an irregular situation tend to live and work in the shadows, afraid to complain, denied rights and freedoms that we take for granted, and disproportionately vulnerable to discrimination and marginalization. Through a specific focus on economic, social and cultural rights, this publication seeks to challenge common assumptions about the entitlement of migrants in an irregular situation to such human rights as the right to health, to education, to an adequate standard of living, to social security, and to just and favourable conditions of work.