The Globalization of theLabor Brokerage State
This concluding chapter discusses the key insights of this research on the Philippine state’s international migration within the context of globalization. It characterizes developing forms of labor brokerage outside the Philippines, along with the alternative meanings of rights and membership offered by migrant workers’ groups such as Migrante International. It shows how migrant activists continually establish important visions of more impartial ways of being and belonging that are proved to be important aspects in today’s neoliberal global order.
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