A Multidisciplinary Exploration of Human Trafficking Solutions
AIM & SCOPE
Journal of Modern Slavery: A Multidisciplinary Exploration of Human Trafficking Solutions, is dedicated to research, theory, and practical application in eradicating slavery. It is a nexus of critical thought for all fields relating to understanding and combating modern slavery and is unique in its focus on the issues of slavery and human trafficking.
The Journal engages academics and practitioners in dialogue between the fields, helping us find common language in work toward our common goal. It includes relevant research papers, review papers, case studies, book reviews and conference reports.
Studies currently published only within the author’s discipline or geographic area, which are widely dispersed and a challenge to track down, are assembled in this forum, to spark further research, invite interdisciplinary dialogue, foster changes in practices, create new university courses and new policy at all levels: locally, nationally, globally.
Our Editorial and Advisory boards are staffed with women and men with a diverse cross-section of professions, disciplines, nationalities and cultures, drawing on academic and field level expertise – they truly are subject matter experts in and worldwide leaders of the fight against modern slavery and human trafficking.
Journal of Modern Slavery is an online-only journal, giving it a worldwide reach and making it much more accessible than legacy journals. Our innovative website provides enhanced technical capabilities, increasing accessibility to our international audience of scholars, practitioners, law enforcement personnel, policy makers, direct service providers, legislators, judges and members of diplomatic corps. We are currently implementing a state-of the-art on-line Editorial Review application that will streamline the peer review process and make it easier for authors to contribute.
Anyone engaged in serious study of human trafficking and all its complexities can have access to timely information.
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NEW ISSUE COMING SOON!
Volume 4, Issue 1 May 2018
The Developments of Trafficking in Women in Post-Revolution Tunisia
Jodi L. Henderson
Digital Edition / Web Design
Peter F. Zimowski
Dr. Kevin Bales
Dr. Mohamed Y. Mattar
Stephen M. Apatow
Dr. Aidan McQuade
Benjamin Thomas Greer
Dr. Zoe Trodd
Dr. Carter F. Smith
Dr. Monti Narayan Datta