NOTES
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Chapter 1

Chapter 3

Chapter 5

Chapter 1

  • Within four years, she managed to bring her five sisters. Source: IOM. 2005. “News from the Field: Africa,” p. 2. IOM Gender and Migration News. Issue No. 21. Geneva: IOM.

  • Freemantle, T., and E. Vega. 21 February 2005. “One Nation, Two Worlds: Mom’s Sacrifice Inspired Son to Reach his Educational Goals.” Houston Chronicle. Web site: www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/side2/3504975.html, accessed 4 January 2006.


Chapter 3

  • She was rescued from a dark cellar in Skopje, Macedonia, and was promised work in Italy. See: Harrison, D. 27 November 2005. “Revealed: Kept in a Dungeon Ready to be Sold as Slaves: The Women Destined for Britain’s Sex Trade.” The Sunday Telegraph.

  • Woman interviewed by Human Rights Watch. See: Human Rights Watch. 7 December 2005. “Singapore: Domestic Workers Suffer Grave Abuses: Migrant Women Face Debt Burden and Exploitation.” News release. Web site: http://hrw.org/english/docs/2005/12/07/singap12125.htm, last accessed 13 April 2006.


Chapter 5

  • European Parliament. 2003. “Immigration, Integration and Employment: European Parliament Resolution on the Communication from the Commission on immigration, integration and employment (COM(2003) 336-2003/2147 (INI)).” Strasbourg, France: European Parliament.