Mr CATALIN SANDOR, Skabison Humanitas, proposed yesterday a debate on the phenomenon of concealing migration and even human trafficking through marriage. Many women migrate in this way mostly into the Western Countries. JUNYA LEK YIMPRASERT Thai Labour Campaign, Finland/Thailand stepped in and told us a real story of housing in Thailand: when you first get there you first see a row of very nice, modern and elegant houses – which belong to women married to rich Western men. In the second row you can also see nice houses, but less elegant than the first ones, which belong to women married with other foreign men. Then the third row is made from traditional modest houses, made of wood and bricks, where local women are married to local men. In the last row there are poor kennel houses of single unemployed women.
Take a minute and think about this.
Monica Sonia, participant at the Plenary introduction and discussion, in the first day of the Conference