Gender, Trafficking, and Slavery
Suzanne Williams and Rachel Masika
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Carolina Johansson Wennerholm
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* Human rights or wrongs? The struggle for a rights-based response to trafficking in human beings
Ann D. Jordon
* Trafficking in children in West and Central Africa
* Child marriage and prostitution: two forms of sexual exploitation?
Susanne Louis B Mikhail
* Slavery and gender: women's double exploitation
* Half-hearted protection: what does victim protection really mean for victims of trafficking in Europe?
* NGO responses to trafficking in women
* A tale of two cities: shifting the paradigm of anti-trafficking programmes
Smarajit Jana, Nandinee Bandyopadhyay, Mrinal Kanti Dutta, and Amitrajit Saha
* Reducing poverty and upholding human rights: pragmatic approach
Meena Poudel and Ines Smyth
Compiled by Nittaya Thiraphouth
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Rachel Masika is a part-time lecturer at Birkbeck College and an independent gender and development consultant. Her recent assignments have focussed on the gendered dimensions of institutional and organizational change, macro-economic policies and climate change for organizations including the UN, British Council and Oxfam.