Institute for Research on Labor and Employment
What Does Labour Law Have To Say About Especially Vulnerable Women Victims?
- Author(s): Argüello, Noemí
- et al.
There is a pronounced breach of gender in this field that leads vulnerable women, at times, to greater exclusion from the labour market, and at other times, to the submerged economy, to labour segregation, and also to poverty. As a result, working relations reveal their weaknesses. The especially vulnerable victim is a concept that has arisenwithin the United Nations in 1985. The first thing that we should identify are thewomen that suffer this situation, as it is there where the Law is called on to introduce legislative measures that combat these circumstances. Consequently, vulnerable women are turned into a group object treated in the singular to achieve their social and labour integration, an end that will principally be achieved, thanks to labour integration and the protection of the Social Security Regime (shifting this study to the social branch of Law).