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This paper focuses on domestic workers, with particular attention paid to migrant women and their social protection. The ILO Convention concerning Decent Work for Domestic Workers is discussed and its possibilities and limits are highlighted. The response of EU legislation to the phenomenon of domestic work is also analysed. In conclusion, domestic work is labelled as a possible source of inspiration for future regulation of another, in many aspects, similar phenomenon – collaborative economy.

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