Using the spirit of this concept if not the accompanying anthropological methodology, legal scholars could usefully examine claims by women migrant workers that are based on the same "sense of entitlement" IRRRAG
discusses, but which have progressed beyond their earliest stage and are now promoted as rights by women migrants and their advocates.
It is a testament to the overall spirit of the IRRRAG
project that the authors succeed so well at making their respondents' views comprehensible, even while acknowledging their own occasional distress at those views.
This action-oriented research project, also known as IRRRAG
2, was chaired by the International Co-ordinating Office (ICO), ARROW.