Socioeconomic stability for Georgian labour migrant women
November 23, 2023

Socioeconomic stability for Georgian labour migrant women

This study sheds light on the challenges encountered by labour migrant women upon their return to Georgia. It is designed as a useful resource for the Government of Georgia, civil society and the private sector in their work to support women labour migrants and their successful reintegration.

The research is supported by the European Union, Sweden and by the United Nations Development Programme in Georgia, and carried out by ‘Women Engage for a Common Future’ (WECF) in Georgia.



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