• Andressa Souza Martins
In this study, we have conducted in-depth individual interviews and a focus group with female migrant student workers to understand how knowledge of precarious working conditions and harassment can be socially shared, aiding to prevent financially disadvantaged female migrant student workers from undergoing these situations. As a result, this study brings a co-design proposition toward organizing practices against harassment and precarious working conditions for migrant student workers, alongside the visibility of multiple inequalities of being female, financially disadvantaged, non-Danish, EU or non-EU citizens, age group, limited professional experience, university students, and lack of knowledge of labor rights and employment status and to analyze the intersections among them. For this, the intersectionality approach, the distribution of knowledge, and organizational learning were the theoretical frameworks utilized.
Publication date29 May 2022
Number of pages84
ID: 471554893