From Human Trafficking to Human Rights: Reframing Contemporary Slavery
Alison Brysk and Austin Choi-Fitzpatrick, Editors
"All eleven authors deserve overwhelming positive reviews . . . for bringing human rights back into the design of antitrafficking initiatives. Their message is that, even if it takes time, careful thinking, and persistence, the battle against modern slavery can be won."--Human Rights and Human Welfare
In this volume a cast of experts demonstrates that it is time to recognize human trafficking as an issue of human rights and social justice, rooted in larger structural issues relating to the global economy, human security, U.S. foreign policy, and labor and gender relations.
280 pages | 6 x 9 | 2 illus.
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