Angela Kintominas
Angela Kintominas
Faculty of Law & Justice, UNSW Sydney
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Surrogacy law and policy in the US: A national conversation informed by global lawmaking
A Finkelstein, S Mac Dougall, A Kintominas, A Olsen
Columbia Law School Sexuality & Gender Law Clinic, 1-70, 2016
Transformative Technology for Migrant Workers: Opportunities, Challenges and Risks
B Farbenblum, L Berg, A Kintominas
Addressing Exploitation in Supply Chains: Is technology a game changer for worker voice?
L Berg, B Farbenblum, A Kintominas
Anti-Trafficking Review, 47-66, 2020
Moral geographies of care across borders: The experience of migrant grandparents in Australia
M Hamilton, E Hill, A Kintominas
Social Politics: International Studies in Gender, State & Society 29 (2 …, 2022
The Temporary Sponsored Parent Visa, Migrant Grandparents and Transnational Family Life
M Hamilton, A Kintominas, D Brennan
Social Policy Research Centre, UNSW Sydney, 2018
Technology for engaging and empowering migrant workers
A Kintominas, L Berg, B Farbenblum
Research Handbook on International Migration and Digital Technology, 236-250, 2021
Childcare by migrant nannies and migrant grannies: A critical discourse analysis of new policy solutions for securing reproductive labor in Australian households
M Hamilton, A Kintominas, E Adamson
Gender, Work & Organization, 2021
Women, work and care in the Asia-Pacific by Marian Baird, Michele Ford and Elizabeth Hill (eds) (2017)
A Kintominas
International Journal of Care and Caring 4 (3), 451-452, 2020
"As If We Weren't Humans": The abandonment of temporary migrants in Australia during COVID-19
B L, F B, H Y, L D, S S, S A, K A …, 2020
Business and human rights: Current and future challenges
J Gibson, A Kintominas, A Symington
Human Rights Defender 28 (1), 4-7, 2019
Business, Human Rights and Gender Equality: Working towards an Intersectional, Feminist and Transformative Agenda
A Kintominas
Hum. Rts. Defender 28, 27, 2019
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