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No 1 (2012): Where's the Accountability? A Lie More Disastrous than the Truth: Asylum and the identification of trafficked women in the UK Abstract   HTML   PDF
Abigail Stepnitz
 
No 1 (2012): Where's the Accountability? Accountability and the Use of Raids to Fight Trafficking Abstract   HTML   PDF
Melissa Ditmore, Juhu Thukral
 
No 1 (2012): Where's the Accountability? Accountable to Whom? Accountable for What? Understanding anti-child trafficking discourse and policy in southern Benin Abstract   HTML   PDF
Neil Howard
 
No 3 (2014): Following the Money: Spending on Anti-Trafficking Anti-Trafficking Interventions in Nigeria and the Principal-Agent Aid Model Abstract   HTML   PDF
Victoria Ijeoma Nwogu
 
No 5 (2015): Forced Labour and Human Trafficking Asylum, Immigration Restrictions and Exploitation: Hyper-precarity as a lens for understanding and tackling forced labour Abstract   PDF   HTML
Hannah Lewis, Louise Waite
 
No 2 (2013): Human Rights at the Border Book Review: Who are the ‘Us’ and who are the ‘Them’? Abstract   HTML   PDF
Biao Xiang
 
No 7 (2016): Special Issue—Trafficking Representations Captured ‘Realities’ of Human Trafficking: Analysis of photographs illustrating stories on trafficking into the sex industry in Serbian media Abstract   PDF   HTML
Elena Krsmanovic
 
No 4 (2015): Fifteen Years of the UN Trafficking Protocol Debate - Achievements of the Trafficking Protocol: Perspectives from the former UN Special Rapporteur on Trafficking in Persons Abstract   PDF   HTML
Joy N Ezeilo
 
No 4 (2015): Fifteen Years of the UN Trafficking Protocol Debate - From Palermo to the Streets of Oslo: Pros and cons of the trafficking framework Abstract   PDF   HTML
Synnøve Økland Jahnsen, May-Len Skilbrei
 
No 4 (2015): Fifteen Years of the UN Trafficking Protocol Debate - The Trafficking Protocol and the Anti-Trafficking Framework: Insufficient to address exploitation Abstract   PDF   HTML
Kathryn Baer
 
No 4 (2015): Fifteen Years of the UN Trafficking Protocol Debate - The Trafficking Protocol has Advanced the Global Movement against Human Exploitation: The case of the United Kingdom Abstract   PDF   HTML
Caroline Parkes
 
No 4 (2015): Fifteen Years of the UN Trafficking Protocol Debate - Trafficking as a Floating Signifier: The view from Brazil Abstract   PDF   HTML
Grupo Davida
 
No 5 (2015): Forced Labour and Human Trafficking Debate: Forced Labour, Slavery and Human Trafficking: When do definitions matter? Abstract   PDF   HTML
Roger Plant
 
No 3 (2014): Following the Money: Spending on Anti-Trafficking Debate: Lessons Learnt from 10 Years and USD 50 million of Grant Making to End Human Trafficking Abstract   HTML   PDF
Randy Newcomb
 
No 3 (2014): Following the Money: Spending on Anti-Trafficking Debate: Money, Money, Money Abstract   HTML   PDF
Nina Ilona Ellinger, Seeta Sharma
 
No 3 (2014): Following the Money: Spending on Anti-Trafficking Debate: Prevention and Victim Compensation Abstract   HTML   PDF
Nisha Varia
 
No 3 (2014): Following the Money: Spending on Anti-Trafficking Debate: Strategically Working in Parallel to Traffickers Abstract   HTML   PDF
Vincent Tournecuillert
 
No 5 (2015): Forced Labour and Human Trafficking Debate: The Challenges and Perils of Reframing Trafficking as ‘Modern-Day Slavery’ Abstract   PDF   HTML
Janie Chuang
 
No 5 (2015): Forced Labour and Human Trafficking Debate: Towards a Cohesive and Contextualised Response: When is it necessary to distinguish between forced labour, trafficking in persons and slavery? Abstract   PDF   HTML
Marja Paavilainen
 
No 5 (2015): Forced Labour and Human Trafficking Debate: Use of the Term ‘Bonded Labour’ is a Must in the Context of India Abstract   PDF   HTML
Kiran Kamal Prasad
 
No 3 (2014): Following the Money: Spending on Anti-Trafficking Debate: What Would be the Best Way to Use 10 Million Dollars in the Counter-Trafficking Sector? Abstract   HTML   PDF
Matt Friedman
 
No 5 (2015): Forced Labour and Human Trafficking Debate: When it Comes to Modern Slavery, do Definitions Matter? Abstract   PDF   HTML
Fiona David
 
No 5 (2015): Forced Labour and Human Trafficking Deploying Disclosure Laws to Eliminate Forced Labour: Supply chain transparency efforts of Brazil and the United States of America Abstract   PDF   HTML
Ashley Feasley
 
No 3 (2014): Following the Money: Spending on Anti-Trafficking Do Evidence-Based Approaches Alienate Canadian Anti-Trafficking Funders? Abstract   HTML   PDF
Alison Clancey, Noushin Khushrushahi, Julie Ham
 
No 1 (2012): Where's the Accountability? Editorial Abstract   HTML   PDF
Anne Gallagher
 
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