BEYOND TRAFFICKING AND SLAVERY (MIGRATION)

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When Services Allow Organizing, Trafficked Workers Win

Do the Hidden Costs Outweigh the Practical Benefits of Human Trafficking Awareness Campaigns? 

Marketing  Mass Hysteria: Anti-Trafficking Awareness Campaigns Go Rogue

SLAVE HUSBANDS OF HONG KONG: THE MEN WHO MARRY INTO SERVITUDE by  SYLVIA YU May 21st 2017

Will “America first” mean refugees last? BILL FRELICK 24 April 2017

THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD FOR REFUGEES At a safe house in Buffalo, asylum seekers from around the world prepare to flee the U.S. for Canada. By Jake Halpern  March 2017

When NGOs save children who don’t want to be saved Western media misrepresent voluntary child labour as slavery.   by Neil Howard

Rich in Funds but Short on Facts: The High Cost of Human Trafficking Awareness Campaigns

Raising Awareness: of What? for  What? by Whom? for Whom?

Campaign Culture Matters: Bringing Together Awareness and Evidence

Beyond Survival: Lessons from Domestic Worker Organizing Campaigns against Human Trafficking and Labour Exploitation

Insight: Inside Europe’s worst detention centre by Tiara Atari Feb 13th 2017

Interview: detention as the new migration management? BEN LEWIS and CAMERON THIBOS 24 February 2017

We need to hear the stories of exploited unlawful migrant workers, not just deport them February 28, 2017

 Brexit as a driver of modern slavery? ANDREW CRANE 29 March 2017

 The anti-trafficking rehabilitation complex: commodity activism and slave-free goods ELENA SHIH-August 19th 2015