Vol 8, No 1 (2018)

Human Trafficking: Challenges and Opportunities for the 21st Century

Issue edited by Jackie Jones (University of the West of England, Bristol, UK)  and John Winterdyk (Mount Royal University, Calgary, Canada).

Table of Contents

Introduction

Introduction. Human Trafficking: Challenges and Opportunities for the 21st Century PDF
Jackie Jones, John Winterdyk 1-10

Trafficking for the Purpose of Labour Exploitation

The Fight against the Least Visible Form of Human Trafficking: Trafficking for Child Labour Exploitation PDF
Luz María Puente Aba 11-31
Opaque Transparency: Why California’s Supply Chain Transparency Act is Unenforceable PDF
Benjamin Thomas Greer 32-49

Survivors

The Criminalisation and Imprisonment of Migrant Victims of Trafficking PDF
Liz Hales 50-70
The BAWSO Diogel Project. A conversation with Imogen Gunner, BAWSO Trafficking Senior Support Worker PDF
Jackie Jones 71-84
No Longer Invisible: Families that Torture, Traffic, and Exploit their Girl Child PDF
Jeanne Sarson, Linda MacDonald 85-105

New Ways of Working

Combating (Child) Human Trafficking: Building Capacity PDF
John Winterdyk 106-129
The Needs of Child Victims of Trafficking: Practitioner Perspective on Supporting Children Through Partnership in Wales PDF
Bernie Bowen-Thomson 130-144
Perpetrators or Preventers? The Double Role of Corporations in Child Trafficking in a Global Context PDF
Silvia Rodríguez-López 145-164

Outcomes

Human Trafficking: Challenges and Opportunities for the 21st Century. Outcomes and Proposals PDF
Jackie Jones, John Winterdyk 165-173


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