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Women in the trafficking-migration continuum
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Women in the Trafficking - Migration Continuum: From the Respective of Human Rights and Social Justice [Kojima, Yu] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Women in the Trafficking - Migration Continuum: From the Respective of Human Rights and Social JusticeAuthor: Yu Kojima.
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Kojima (Yu) Degree grantorCited by: 2. Kojima Y. () Migrant Women and Their Vulnerability in the Trafficking-Migration Continuum: Evidence from Asia. In: Truong TD., Gasper D. (eds) Transnational Migration and Human Security.
Hexagon Series on Human and Environmental Security and Peace, vol by: 1. Kojima, Y. (, July). Women in the Trafficking-Migration Continuum: from the perspectives of human rights and social PhD by: 2. Women in migration often experience multiple forms of discrimination. The concept of “intersectionality” is that women experience multiple identities at the same time, and multiple oppressions.
All of these identities need to be addressed in an. tribute to the phenomenon of trafficking in women has the potential to produce, if not answers, at least discerning frames in which we can move beyond the ideological retrenchment around and govern-mental resistance to assisting trafficked women.
While there can be neither pat nor final resolutions, this book seeks to transmit infor. This brief presents an overview and analysis of the opportunities, risks and vulnerabilities for women migrants and refugees. It describes the realities of women migrating around the world, specifically the experiences of both high-skilled and low-skilled migrant workers employed in a range of ‘care’ professions, from domestic workers to nurses and doctors.
Human trafficking is a modern form of slavery. It is an extreme form of labor exploitation where women, men and children are recruited or obtained and then forced to labor against their will through force, fraud or coercion.
Trafficking victims are often lured by false promises of decent jobs and better lives. The inequalities women face in status.
The trafficking-migration nexus holds promise in facilitating a modicum of convergence in the theoretical divide – i.e.
intrastate vs. interstate - that currently prevails in migration studies. The study of trafficking therefore has lessons and opportunities for advancing migration Size: KB. Human Trafficking: A Modern Form of Slavery?: Connections between human trafficking, forced labour and immigration controls [Laubeova, Marketa] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Human trafficking, forced labour and immigration policies have been increasingly gaining the attention of Cited by: 2.
We propose a model that reconceives of trafficking as a continuum that includes a range of vulnerabilities, violence, and traumas. In order to address human trafficking, policy makers and advocates need to focus on upstream prevention factors to address vulnerabilities that can lead to sex and labor by: 3.
Hans Kung leaves no doubt that the life of Christ, His teachings, and His saving grace belong in full measure not only to men, but to women. The book is Cited by: Two Women, One Story 'In the Continuum' A two-woman play about dealing with HIV, In the Continuum began as a graduate school acting project.
Persons, Especially Women and Children, supplementing the Convention on Transnational Organized Crime (referred to as the Trafficking Protocol), November defines trafficking as: “the recruitment, transportation, transfer, harbouring or receipt of persons, by means of the threat or use of force or other forms of coercion, of abduction, of File Size: KB.
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Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. especially when compared to the share of women offenders in other types of crime (on average, the share of women among persons suspected for any crime is around 18 per cent). 2 The share of women remains relatively large at the further stages of the criminal justice process, as 32 per cent 28 per cent of convicted traffickers are Size: KB.
Human trafficking and smuggling of migrants. Human trafficking is one of the most serious human rights violations of our modern world that brings high profits to traffickers through the acquisition and exploitation of human beings by improper means such as force, fraud or deception.
Trafficking and Prostitution Reconsidered: New Perspectives on Migration, Sex Work, and Human Rights - Kindle edition by Kempadoo, Kamala, Sanghera, Jyoti, Pattanaik, Bandana.
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of women migrant workers in compliance with fair recruitment practices based on international standards. In order to improve recruitment practices, the project plans to roll out knowledge building initiatives for recruiting agencies responsible for the recruitment of women migrant workers.Women migrant workers' journey through the margins: Labour, migration and trafficking Authors/editor(s): Jenna Hennebry, Will Grass and Janet Mclaughlin This report is produced by UN Women’s Economic Empowerment Section for the “Promoting and Protecting Women Migrant Workers’ Labour and Human Rights” Project, supported by the European Union.From Roman goddesses to mortal women, imperial women to slaves and prostitutes, the volume brings new perspectives to the study of Roman women's lives.
Literary sources comprise works by Livy, Catullus, Ovid, Juvenal and many others. Suggestions for further reading, a general bibliography, and an index of ancient authors and works are also included.5/5(1).