Social Fundamental Rights for Irregular Migrants: A Case Study of Irregular Migrants

Research output: Book/ReportOther report

LanguageEnglish
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - Dec 2003

Publication series

NameInternational Migration Health & Human Rights Publication Series
PublisherWorld Health Organization
Volume4

Keywords

  • irregular migrants

Cite this

Da Lomba, S. (2003). Social Fundamental Rights for Irregular Migrants: A Case Study of Irregular Migrants. (International Migration Health & Human Rights Publication Series; Vol. 4).
Da Lomba, Sylvie. / Social Fundamental Rights for Irregular Migrants : A Case Study of Irregular Migrants. 2003. 1 p. (International Migration Health & Human Rights Publication Series).
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Da Lomba, S 2003, Social Fundamental Rights for Irregular Migrants: A Case Study of Irregular Migrants. International Migration Health & Human Rights Publication Series, vol. 4.

Social Fundamental Rights for Irregular Migrants : A Case Study of Irregular Migrants. / Da Lomba, Sylvie.

2003. 1 p. (International Migration Health & Human Rights Publication Series; Vol. 4).

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