By Maria Kontos, Glenda Tibe Bonifacio
This well timed and leading edge booklet offers a complete research of the non-recognition of the proper to a family members lifetime of migrant live-in family and care staff in Argentina, Canada, Germany, Italy, Lebanon, Norway, the Philippines, Slovenia, South Korea, Spain, the United Arab Emirates, the U.S. of the United States, and Ukraine.
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1979, Serie A, Bd. 31, S. 14–15 Nr. 31): [ ... ] the object of the Article is “essentially” that of protecting the individual against arbitrary interference by the public authorities (judgment of 23 July 1968, Series ANr. 6, pg. 33, par. 7). 1985)17 the court added: 40 Dorothee Frings These obligations may involve the adoption of measures designed to secure respect for private life even in the sphere of the relations of individuals between themselves. The court does not specify the selection of appropriate measures, as this is the realm of national legislation.
Migrant Domestic Workers and Family Life: International Perspectives by Maria Kontos, Glenda Tibe Bonifacio