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Routledge Handbook of Human Trafficking

Edited by: Ryszard Piotrowicz , Conny Rijken , Baerbel Heide Uhl

Print publication date:  September  2017
Online publication date:  August  2017

Print ISBN: 9781138892064
eBook ISBN: 9781315709352
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10.4324/9781315709352
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Trafficking in human beings (THB) has been described as modern slavery. It is a serious criminal activity that has significant ramifications for the human rights of the victims. It poses major challenges to the state, society and individual victims. THB is not a static given but a constantly changing concept depending on societal changes and opinions, economic situations and legal developments. THB occurs both transnationally and within countries. The complexity of THB is such that it requires a wide range of expertise fully to address the phenomenon.

Edited by a team of leading international academics, the Routledge Handbook of Human Trafficking will provide an interdisciplinary introduction to THB. It is aimed at academics, students, research universities and non-governmental organisations, as well as policy makers. It will review THB through the lens of law, anthropology, social and political science and will address statistical, data protection issues and showcase the most effective research methods, analyse the various actors and stakeholders and the different types of exploitation of trafficked persons. It will critically highlight and analyse the most pressing current challenges posed by THB.

Table of contents

Prelims Download PDF
Chapter  1:  Genealogies of human trafficking and slavery Download PDF
Chapter  2:  Trafficking in human beings as a crime and as a human rights violation Download PDF
Chapter  3:  Trafficking in transnational criminal law  Download PDF
Chapter  4:  The European legal regime on trafficking in human beings Download PDF
Chapter  5:  Trafficking in human beings in the African context Download PDF
Chapter  6:  Human trafficking in the context of labour migration in Southeast Asia Download PDF
Chapter  7:  Human trafficking in Australasia Download PDF
Chapter  8:  Human trafficking in the Middle East Download PDF
Chapter  9:  Defining exploitation in the context of trafficking – what is a crime and what is not Download PDF
Chapter  10:  Human trafficking for the purpose of organ removal Download PDF
Chapter  11:  Child soldiering in relation to human trafficking Download PDF
Chapter  12:  Tracing the emergence of ICT-enabled human trafficking for ransom Download PDF
Chapter  13:  Exploitation through begging as a form of trafficking in human beings – over-estimated or under-reported? Download PDF
Chapter  14:  The non-punishment provision with regard to victims of trafficking Download PDF
Chapter  15:  Abuse of a position of vulnerability within the definition of trafficking persons Download PDF
Chapter  16:  Unable to return? The protection of victims of trafficking in need of international protection Download PDF
Chapter  17:  Prosecution of cases of human trafficking in a common law system Download PDF
Chapter  18:  Prosecution of trafficking in human beings in civil law systems Download PDF
Chapter  19:  Trafficking in persons Download PDF
Chapter  20:  Child trafficking – a call for rights-based integrated approaches Download PDF
Chapter  21:  The right to a remedy and reparation for victims of trafficking in human beings Download PDF
Chapter  22:  Being home Download PDF
Chapter  23:  The mental health of trafficked persons Download PDF
Chapter  24:  National Referral Mechanisms Download PDF
Chapter  25:  Sex and work Download PDF
Chapter  26:  Orwellian rights and the UN Trafficking Protocol Download PDF
Chapter  27:  Collateral damage provoked by anti-trafficking measures Download PDF
Chapter  28:  Disrupting religious privilege Download PDF
Chapter  29:  The interface between trafficking in persons and culture Download PDF
Chapter  30:  Work in progress Download PDF
Chapter  31:  Knowledge production on human trafficking and everyday governance practices Download PDF
Chapter  32:  ‘Assumptions built into code’ –datafication, human trafficking, and human rights – a troubled relationship? Download PDF
Chapter  33:  Changing the system from within Download PDF
Chapter  34:  The role of the UN Special Rapporteur on trafficking in persons, especially women and children Download PDF
Chapter  35:  Trafficking in human beings and international peacekeeping Download PDF
Chapter  36:  Can labour make an effective contribution to legal strategies against human trafficking? Download PDF
Chapter  37:  Exploitation of migrant workers and trafficking in human beings Download PDF
Chapter  38:  Fifteen years lifting of the ban on brothels Download PDF
Chapter  39:  A critical engagement with the “pull and push” model Download PDF
Chapter  40:  Of coyotes and caporali  Download PDF
Chapter  41:  Trafficking in human beings and the informal economy Download PDF
Chapter  42:  The business of trafficking in human beings Download PDF
Index Download PDF
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