Human Rights and Migration: Trafficking for Forced Labour (Global Ethics)

Human Rights and Migration: Trafficking for Forced Labour (Global Ethics)

By: Christien van den Anker (editor), Ilse van Liempt (editor)Paperback

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The contributors show that the current understanding of trafficking excludes large groups of people who, due to their migration status, experience human rights violations on a continuum of exploitation ranging from forced labour to minor detractions from labour standards.

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PETRA BUR?IKOVA Programme Specialist at the UNIFEM Sub-Regional Office GILY COENE Chair in Ethics and Humanist Studies at the Faculty of Arts and Philosophy, University of Brussels, Belgium DEIRDRE COGHLAN Ph.D. Candidate at Trinity College Dublin, Ireland JEROEN DOOMERNIK Lecturer in the Department of Political Science, and a researcher at the Institute for Migration and Ethnic Studies at the University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands BLANKA HANCILOVA Member of Applied Research Consulting MARIA TERESA HERRERA VIVAR is a Scientific Staff Member at the Chair of Women's and Gender Studies, Goethe University, Frankfurt, Germany BRONWYN JONES has Worked throughout the Balkans, Caucasus and Central Asia on Human Trafficking, War Crimes, Human Rights and Media Issues SHAHRAM KHOSRAVI Associate Professor of Social Anthropology at Stockholm University, Sweden TIHANA LEKO Works with the EU mission to Kosovo, EULEX, Yugoslavia STEPHEN MEILI Professor of Clinical Law at the University of Minnesota Law School, USA CEZARA NANU Ph.D. Candidate at the University of the West of England, UK MONIKA SZULECKA Researcher at the Centre of Migration Research at the Institute for Social Studies, University of Warsaw, Poland DAVID WEISSBRODT Regents Professor and Fredrikson & Byron Professor of Law at the University of Minnesota, USA GILLIAN WYLIE Lecturer in International Peace Studies at Trinity College Dublin, Ireland


Introduction: The Wider Context of Trafficking for Forced Labour; C.van den Anker & I.van Liempt PART I: ROOT CAUSES OF TRAFFICKING AND MIGRANT EXPLOITATION Kosovo and Trafficking in Persons: Trends and Responses; B.Jones & T.Leko Moldova: Women's Rights and Trafficking; C.Nanu An Ethnography of Migrant 'Illegality' in Sweden: Included yet Excepted?; S.Khosravi PART II: IMMIGRATION APPROACHES TO MIGRANT RIGHTS Making Europe Migrant Proof: Binary Thinking and its Outcomes; J.Doomernik The Ethics of Regularisation Policies: The Case of Belgium; G.Coene 'The Right to Always Wear a Smile': Migration Policies and the Exploitation of Domestic Workers' Labour in Germany; M.T.Herrera Vivar PART III: LABOUR RIGHTS APPROACHES TO MIGRANT EXPLOITATION Speaking with a Forked Tongue: Contrary Political Discourses and the Irish State's Construction of Human Trafficking; D.Coghlan & G.Wylie Hidden Labour: Knowledge Production of Trafficking Illustrated by a Swedish Case Study; M.Hulting The Right to be Exploited: Vietnamese Workers in Poland; M.Szulecka PART IV: HUMAN RIGHTS APPROACHES TO MIGRANT RIGHTS Recent Developments in the Human Rights of Trafficked Persons; D.Weissbrodt & S.Meili A Cosmopolitan Approach to Migrant Rights: Global Citizenship or Local Hospitality?; C.van den Anker The Future of Anti-Trafficking Discourse: An Inquiry into Values?; B.Hancilova & P.Burcikova Conclusion; C.van den Anker & I.van Liempt

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  • publication date: 05/12/2011
  • ISBN13: 9780230279131
  • Format: Paperback, Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 263
  • ID: 9780230279131
  • weight: 534
  • ISBN10: 0230279139

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