Delavci migranti in pandemija bolezni Covid-19: primer Šrilančanov v tujini

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.3986/dd.2022.2.03

Ključne besede:

migracije, pandemija, Covid-19, pravice migrantov

Povzetek

Pandemija bolezni Covid-19 je razkrila nepravične in ranljive razmere, v katerih živijo delavci migranti. Članek na primeru izkušenj migrantskih delavcev iz Šrilanke proučuje stvarnost delavcev migrantov, ki so med pandemijo ostali ujeti v tujini, za oblikovanje boljših politik in okvirov za izboljšanje njihovega položaja. V študiji so bili uporabljeni tako kvalitativni kot kvantitativni podatki zbrani pri migrantskih delavcih iz Šrilanke. Z analizo mnogovrstnih izkušenj migrantov na delu v tujini med pandemijo koronavirusa so bili v smislu posledic za zaposlitev ter socialnih in psiholoških izkušenj pridobljeni mešani podatki. Na eni strani so bile prisotne pozitivne, na strugi strani pa negativne, ki jim je treba posvetiti dodatno pozornost.

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2022-07-09

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Weeraratne B. Delavci migranti in pandemija bolezni Covid-19: primer Šrilančanov v tujini. DveDom [Internet]. 9. julij 2022 [citirano 13. avgust 2022];2022(56). Dostopno na: https://ojs.zrc-sazu.si/twohomelands/article/view/10944