Gendered migration is a crucial issue both in Europe and in Latin America which will be analyzed with the intersectional approach: gender-class-ethnicity (Lagarde, M. 2003).
The comparison between different contexts will highlight the historical dimension of women’s citizenship processes. This perspective allows a better understanding of transformations and the achievement of rights by women, a comprehension of the conditions that make their experiences subordinated, the way in which all this turns into something real in their bodies and in their subjectivities. The historical dimension enlightens the trajectory of elemental structures of gender violence, its forms, its implications and its interventions in women’s everyday life. At the same time, it allows the recognition of the effects that education has on women and their role on social reproduction. About migratory processes, it is vital to take into account the time dimension. By quoting Saskia Sassen “women and immigrants emerge as the systemic equivalent of the proletarian offshore” (Sassen, Saskia, 2003: 117).