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August 19 @ 12:00 pm BST

International Conference on Human Trafficking, Slavery and Exploitation Day 1

International Human Trafficking, Slavery and Exploitation is the premier interdisciplinary forum for the presentation of new advances and research results in the fields of Humanities and Social Sciences. Today more than ever before it is extremely important to stay abreast of the changing landscapes of the Humanities and Social Sciences world. The multidisciplinary focus of this event aims to bring together presenters and attendees from different fields with expertise in various areas of Humanities and Social Sciences, providing an excellent opportunity to participate in the international exchange of ideas, current strategies, concepts and best practices, collaborations, and cooperation, offering a broader perspective and more enriching experience.

The program includes time allocated for networking, peer-to-peer discussions, and exploring the host city.
We invite the participation of leading academic scientists, researchers and scholars in the domain of interest from around the world to submit original research contributions relating to all aspects of:
– Civic education and human trafficking
– Communication campaigns in combating human trafficking
– Connections and intersections between human trafficking,smuggling and migration
– Criminology in human trafficking
– Enabling factors which contribute to global patterns of human trafficking
– Gender issues and human trafficking
– Human trafficking
– Human trafficking and social justice
– Innovative methods and strategies used to research human trafficking and policy responses
– Labor trafficking
– Links between human trafficking, global governance, and/or the global economy
– Mass media and new media in human trafficking
– Popular representations of human trafficking and contemporary ‘slavery’
– Regulation and politics on human trafficking
– Rehabilitation and reintegration of human trafficking victims
– Sex trafficking
– Sociocultural, economic and human trafficking
– The challenges and complications of prevention, prosecution and policy intervention
– The development and operation of legal regimes relating to human trafficking
– The effects of human trafficking upon health, psychology, childhood, welfare, and society
– The relationships between human trafficking, prostitution, gender and/or sexuality
– The role of government in combating human trafficking
– The role of NGO in combating human trafficking
– The theory and practice of resistance, rescue, rehabilitation and reintegration
– Women’s coalition against violence and exploitation

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August 19 @ 12:00 pm BST
€500

Venue

Online

Organizer

WASET