Volume 3, Issue 1 (August 2016)


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Book Review: Collaborating Against Human Trafficking: Cross Sector Challenges and Practices (Author: Dr. Kirsten Foot)

Reviewed by Eve Aronson, M.A. (Holds a dual cum laude Master’s degree from Utrecht University in the Netherlands and Central European University in Hungary. She writes about issues of human trafficking
in the US and the Netherlands.)

Book Review: Enslaved: The New British Slavery (Author: Rahila Gupta)

Reviewed by Amber L. Hulsey, A.B.D. (International Development Doctoral Program, The University of Southern Mississippi) and David L. Butler, PhD (Department of Political Science, International Development and International Affairs, The University of Southern Mississippi)

Learning From Incidents to Improve Services: Kenyan Victims’ Reaction to a Migrant Labour Scam in Thailand

Oscar Mmbali, B DIV (Doctoral Candidate and researcher at the Center for Philanthropy and Civil Society, National Institute of Development Administration, Bangkok, Thailand)

Prosecuting Human Trafficking – Progress in the UK

Kate Garbers (Managing Director of the multi-award-winning non-governmental organisation Unseen)

The Relationship Between Human Rights Violations and Human Trafficking

Julia Muraszkiewicz, LLM (PhD Candidate at the Fundamental Rights and Constitutionalism Research Group at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel)

Listening to Local and Foreign Sex Buyers of Men and Women in Cambodia

Samantha Sommer Miller, MAICS (Provides investigative consultation and training to faith-based organizations that are responding to allegations of child abuse and inappropriate behavior worldwide. Her research focuses on restorative justice and better understanding the demand segment of human trafficking); Glenn Miles, PhD (Lecturer in Childhood Studies and Child Public Health at Swansea University in Wales, UK, and Senior Research Advisor for upQ International.); James Havey (Currently working in collaboration with an NGO called Chab Dai as an LGBTQ social activist and researcher.)

Measuring Government Responses to Modern Slavery: Vietnam Case Study

Bodean Hedwards (PhD candidate, Former Researcher, Southeast Asia, Walk Free Foundation) and Katharine Bryant, MA (Research Manager, Walk Free Foundation)

Thinking Beyond the Escape: Evaluating the Reintegration of Child Soldiers in Uganda

Jillian LaBranche, M.A. (Associate of the Human Trafficking Center, Josef Korbel School of International Studies, University of Denver)