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A Research on Development of Social Program for Migrant Women: considering EU experiences
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  • Journal title : Journal of Digital Convergence
  • Volume 13, Issue 12,  2015, pp.41-46
  • Publisher : The Society of Digital Policy and Management
  • DOI : 10.14400/JDC.2015.13.12.41
 Title & Authors
A Research on Development of Social Program for Migrant Women: considering EU experiences
Han, Jeong-Won;
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 Abstract
In spite of increasing women migrants, proper social programs based on human rights are hardly found. In this paper, with the implication of 'diaspora', the essential term of multi-culturalism from the perspective of migrant women is briefly discussed. Also, social programs for migrant women are suggested through looking into the experiences of EU. EU policies and social programs are reorganized through data analysis and policy contents analysis. EU has longer history of immigration, and has provided the proper and long-term programs to accept migrant women as the qualified social member. EU social programs are based on the principles of non-discrimination, full employment, human rights and citizenship. Social programs should imply long-term inclusive policy for migrants, and help migrants to experience empowerment in the society. By looking into some examples of social programs of employment, education and general knowledge, useful social programs are to be suggested.
 Keywords
migrant women;social program for migrant women;EU social program;multi-culturalism;diaspora;
 Language
English
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