The Dark Side of Economic Sanctions: Unveiling the Plight of Women from Myanmar/Burma - A Minor Field Study in Myanmar and Thailand

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Publication 1-year master student thesis
Title The Dark Side of Economic Sanctions: Unveiling the Plight of Women from Myanmar/Burma - A Minor Field Study in Myanmar and Thailand
Author Vuorijärvi, April
Date 2009
English abstract
An investigative research unraveling the implication of economic sanctions on Burmese women. This research was inspired by allegations in 2003 that thousands of women in Burma/Myanmar lost their jobs in the garment industry, thus exposing women to vulnerable aspects of forced migration and trafficking. A short case study of Iraq, Haiti, and Cuba is additionally provided while the history of economic sanctions and boycotts is heavily scrutinized. Perspectives of humanitarian law, human rights law, and feminist theory frame the basis of the research of which provide another critical dimension into the ongoing debate on economic sanctions.
Publisher Malmö högskola/Kultur och samhälle
Pages 148
Language eng (iso)
Subject gender
women
sanctions
Myanmar
Burma
trafficking
forced migration
economic sanctions
human rights
feminist theory
international law
boycotts
sex workers
sex work
humanitarian law
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