Froilan Malit, contributing author, is a GCC migration policy researcher at American University of Sharjah. Froilan’s primary research interests focus mainly on state, temporary labor migration, guest worker programs, and low-skilled labor in the GCC/MENA region. He has conducted field-based studies on runaway Filipina domestic and construction workers, and worked with various governments, local and international organizations (including International Organization for Migration), public policy consulting firms, think-tanks, academic research institutions in the MENA region on labor migration topics. He has written various policy articles for Migration Policy Institute, Oxford Gulf and Arabian Peninsula Studies, and Gulf Labor Markets and Migration (forthcoming). Froilan is a fellow of the Cornell Institute for Public Affairs, Cornell University and holds a Masters in Migration Studies from the University of Oxford. Follow Froilan on Twitter @froilanmalit
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