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  • 2022-03-28
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Human right and Transnational Labor Mobility Workshop Series 2

Can Equal Protection for Workers Transcend State Borders? —The Hard Case of Temporary Migrant Worker Program

 

Speaker: Ya-Wen Yang (Assistant Research Professor, Institutum Iurisprudentiae, Academia Sinica)

Moderators: Prof. Joyce C.H. Liu (ICCS, NYCU), Assoc. Prof. Yu-Fan Chiu (School of Law, NYCU)

Discussants: Asst. Prof. Pei-Lun, Tsai (National Taiwan Ocean University), Dr. Samia Dinkelaker (Postdoctoral Fellow, Institute of Ethnology of Academia Sinica)

Date & Time: 2022/4/20 (Wednesday), 15:00-17:00 (TAIPEI TIME, GMT+8)

Location: HC Building III Room101, NYCU GuangFu Campus, providing online participation using ZOOM (Webinar).

ZoomLink: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82847016922?pwd=UGxlZG1zK0cwS0txY3luVEExRW8vQT09

Code: iccs0420

 

 

Language: Lecture in Mandarin (English Interpretation provided)

 

Agenda

15:00-15:10

Opening

15:10-16:00

Speaker’s Presentation

16:00-16:30

Discussants’ Presentation

16:30-17:00

Wrap up Roundtables (Q&A)

 

Introduction:

        Temporary transnational migrants have dual identities - they are both workers and foreigners. As workers, their labor conditions should be equally protected as those of local workers; however, as foreigners, they are also affected by border and immigration control. One of the core of this control is to restrict the employment rights of foreigners in the name of protecting the domestic labor market, resulting in differential treatment. In this workshop "Law, Human Rights, and Transnational Labor Mobility", Dr. Ya-Wen Yang will analyze the impact of Taiwan's border control on the employment conditions of migrant workers and propose some solutions. Participants are welcome to join the discussion.


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