Gender and Migrations
Nasara Cabrera Abu and Inmaculada Fumero de León
This article considers the importance and evolution of the gender perspective in migratory studies. It also underscores some of the main problems that characterise the migration experience of women, such as job placement and family reunification policies. Finally, a brief overview is provided of the specifics of the Canarian context and of how the press in the Canaries covers migrant women.