Labour mobility

DP 2021/02 Leftemap olgeta: Seasonal Work, Women and Leadership

The potential for seasonal work opportunities in Australia and New Zealand to influence attitudes towards gender relations in Pacific Island countries has been the subject of interest by policymake

Mobilising pathways through cross-border labour schemes

This event is part of the DPA Seminar Series

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WP 2020/02 Health Care Management in Australia’s and New Zealand’s Seasonal Worker Schemes

Globally, it is estimated that there are over 164 million labour migrants, many of whom are temporary migrants choosing overseas labour mobility options as a way to improve livelihoods for their fa

IB 2018/24 Suitable Accommodation for Seasonal Worker Programs

This In Brief looks at some of the challenges as well as changes that have recently occurred in relation to accommodation standards in New Zealand’s Recognised Seasonal Employer scheme (RSE) and ar

IB2016/23 Labour Mobility Support Networks — ‘It’s Not Just a Seasonal Thing’

This In Brief highlights local ni-Vanuatu support structures initiated through workers’ participation in Australia’s Seasonal Worker Program (SWP) and New Zealand’s Recognised Seasonal Employer Sch

Pacific Labour Mobility: Removing the Gender Blinkers

To date, women’s participation in the SWP and New Zealand’s Recognised Seasonal Employer (RSE) scheme has been low (Bailey 2014; Chattier 2015). Increasing women’s participation in these

New Responses to Natural Disasters through Seasonal Labour Mobility Programs

This In Brief discusses how recent labour mobility policies can and have enabled contributions for immediate and mid- to long-term recoveries

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