Migrant Workers' Lack of Cultural Rights and Interests and Government Safeguard Measures

This paper analyses the status quo of migrant workers' lack of cultural rights and interests as follows: the holistic cultural life of migrant workers is scant and monotonous; the cultural facilities prodded by the majority of enterprises are critically short; the cultural life of migrant workers has the characteristic of closeness to some extent; the holistic cultural consuming capacity of migrant workers is very low, and they are not satisfied with their own cultural life. this paper puts forward the measures that the government should adopt to make up for the lack of migrant workers' cultural rights and interests as follows: first, it should eliminate discrimination in terms of system, and incorporate migrant workers' cultural rights and interests into the building scope of urban public culture; second, it should establish a variety of free public culture facilities, to adapt to the needs of migrant workers; third, it should formulate various kinds of laws and regulations, to effectively safeguard migrant workers' cultural rights and interests.


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Issue Date:
2011-11
Publication Type:
Journal Article
PURL Identifier:
http://purl.umn.edu/126411
Published in:
Asian Agricultural Research, Volume 03, Issue 11
Page range:
19-21
Total Pages:
3




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