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Social Security for Migrant Workers: The EU, ILO & Treaty Based Regimes, in 9 International Law: Revista Colombiana de Derecho Internacional 45 (Diana Carolina Olarte Bacarés, ed., 2007)
Migrant workers face special problems in terms of qualifying for, and receiving payment under, national social security systems. In an effort to mitigate these problems, many states coordinate their social security systems. This paper explores how coordination schemes work in regional mechanisms such as the European Union, in international conventions adopted by the International Labour Organisation, and in multi-lateral treaties such as the Andean Social Security Instrument.
Facultad de Ciencias Juridicas de la Pontificia Universidad Javeriana
Social Security Treaties, Migrant workers, International Law, European Union
International Humanitarian Law | Law
Fick, Barbara and Garcia Flechas, Alma Clara, "Social Security for Migrant Workers: The EU, ILO & Treaty Based Regimes" (2007). Books. 251.