Identification of Victims of Trafficking of Human Beings Who May be in Need of International Protection, Valletta, Malta, 6-7 May 2015 [info]
- Scroll to p. 12 for details. Registration deadline is 17 April 2015.
Anti-Trafficking Review, no. 4 (2015) [open access]
- The theme of this issue is "Fifteen Years of the UN Trafficking Protocol."
France: National Court of Asylum Decides on Definition of Particular Social Group for Victims of Human Trafficking (EDAL, April 2015) [text]
"Modern Day Slavery: What Drives Human Trafficking in Europe?," European Journal of Political Economy, vol. 38 (June 2015) [abstract]
- Note: See also this earlier working paper which concludes that "trafficking is more common within well established routes for
migrants and refugees corridors because they [traffickers] can enter into contact with these populations through
deceptive activities assisting migration."
"Recognizing Refugee Status for Victims of Trafficking and the Myth of Progress," Refugee Survey Quarterly, Advance Access, 2 April 2015 [abstract]
Social Media & Rescuing Trafficked Migrants: A Case Study (RMMS, March 2015) [text]
- Focuses on Kenyan women in Libya.
"Why Trafficked Persons Need Asylum," Chapter in Exploring the Boundaries of Refugee Law: Current Protection Challenges (Brill/Nijhoff, 2015) [eprint via Academia.edu]
Research Project Results:
A project on "Researching the Nexus between Statelessness and Human Trafficking: The Example of Thailand" has concluded that "Statelessness increases risk factors that influence the likelihood to fall victim to trafficking, such as lack of education and the ability to deal with a sudden crisis. A combination of risk factors may push stateless people to decide to migrate and take risks to be able to do so."
More information is available in the two following reports:
A Methodology for Exploring the Interaction between Statelessness and Human Trafficking (Wolf Legal Publishers, 2015) [text]
The Nexus between Statelessness and Human Trafficking in Thailand (Wolf Legal Publishers, 2015) [text]
- Thematic Focus: Human Trafficking (10 March 2015)
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