|Preface and Acknowledgements||v|
|Table of National Legislation||xxiv|
|Table of Treaties and other International Instruments||xxvii|
|Table of European Community and Council of Europe Instruments||lxi|
|Definition of 'Migrant Worker'||3|
|PART I: INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION FOR EMPLOYMENT,
ALIENS AND CITIZENS||11|
|1. International Migration for Employment: An Overview with
Reference to the Right to Development||13|
|1.1 Historical Background||15|
|1.2 Current Global Labour Migration Movements and Future
|1.3 Causes of and Factors Facilitating International Labour
|1.4 Causes of Irregular Labour Migration||21|
|1.5 The Impact of International Migration on Receiving and
|1.6 Migration and the Right to Development||31|
|2. Migrant Workers and their Families as Aliens: Development of
International Law and Applicability of Universal and Regional
Human Rights Instruments||40|
|2.2 The Treatment of Aliens: A Short Historical Survey||40|
|2.3 State Responsibility Towards Aliens: Two Conflicting
|2.4 The Applicability of Universal and Regional International
Human Rights Instruments to Aliens||47|
|2.5 The Protection of the Family||68|
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Book title: Migrant Workers in International Human Rights Law:Their Protection in Countries of Employment.
Contributors: Ryszard Cholewinski - Author.
Publisher: Clarendon Press.
Place of publication: Oxford.
Publication year: 1997.
Page number: vii.
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