Trafficking and Women's Rightsby Christien van den Anker
Pub. Date: 10/10/2006
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan UK
Based on extensive research in Europe, and work by practitioners, academics and policy-makers, this book provides an innovative multidisciplinary approach to the debate on trafficking in women. It includes chapters on international and national law, policy models, NGO support, the role of economics and the need for a long-term prevention strategy.
Table of ContentsSeries Foreword; Y.Ertürk Introduction; C.van den Anker & J.Doomernik The Trouble With 'Trafficking'; J.O'Connell Davidson Trafficking in Human Beings: Conceptual Dilemmas; I.van Liempt Philosophical Assumptions and Presumptions About Trafficking for Prostitution; D.Dickenson Towards a Political Economy of 'Trafficking'; G.Garafalo Doing the Impossible? Collecting Data on the Extent of Trafficking; G.Wylie Trafficking Legislation vs Slavery Legislation in Prosecuting the Crime of Female Sexual Slavery: The International Law Context; A.Reilly Trafficking in Human Beings: A Comparative Account of Legal Provisions for Combating Trafficking in Belgium, Italy, The Netherlands, Sweden and the United States; H.Konrad The Dangers of False Distinctions Between Pornography, Prostitution and Trafficking; J.Bindel Triply Exploited: Female Victims of Trafficking Networks - Strategies for Pursuing Protection and Legal Status in Countries of Destination; A.M.Gallagher Trafficking in Women: A Cosmopolitan Approach to Long-Term Prevention; C.van den Anker The Globalisation, Migration and Trafficking Nexus: European Outcomes; J.Doomernik Trafficking for Exploitation Outside the Sex Industry; M.Smit & H.de Jonge van Ellemeet
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