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Statelessness and Approaches from Anti-slavery Research to Shared Challenges
6 Julai 2020
The recent edition of the Citizenship and Statelessness Review Journal, published by the Peter McMullin Centre on Statelessness at the Melbourne Law School and the Institute on Statelessness and Inclusion, includes a symposium I coordinated focusing on some approaches to modern slavery research that might support efforts to end statelessness. Statelessness is the condition under […]
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A COVID-19 Response to Modern Slavery using AI Research
Kaedah Pengukuran dan Statistik 26 Jun 2020
There has never been a better time to use AI and computational science, including remote-sensing and social media monitoring, for identifying vulnerability to modern slavery. Countries have deployed varying forms of lockdown measures, and the impact of COVID-19 is predicted to heighten risk of exploitation and disrupt anti-slavery efforts. Traditional on-the-ground routes for gathering research […]
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Walk Free Report Examines COVID-19’s Impact on Vulnerable Workers
Penghijrahan dan Pemindahan 17 Jun 2020
Walk Free’s latest report, Protecting People in a Pandemic, examines key risks that COVID-19 presents for migrant and other vulnerable workers. The report provides practical guidance and current examples of measures that business and government can take to mitigate those risks. The report is based on a “rapid assessment” of emerging news, publications and grey […]
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Human Trafficking in the Indian State of Bihar: Prevalence and Characteristics
Kaedah Pengukuran dan Statistik 12 Jun 2020
Despite the wide attention modern slavery has attracted around the world, the research community continues to struggle with some fundamental issues such as consistency in measurement and rigor in data collection methods. Researchers have been tackling both challenges for many years with mixed results. In an effort to improve our knowledge and research methods in […]
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Understanding the Nature of Modern Slavery in the UK
Kaedah Pengukuran dan Statistik 3 Jun 2020
To contribute towards achieving Target 8.7 of the Sustainable Development Goals, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) Centre for Crime and Justice has recently published the article, “Modern slavery in the UK: March 2020”. The article collates a range of available data sources on known victims and cases of modern slavery to provide a better […]
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Human Trafficking Policy Typologies: Making Sense of Diverging Laws in Eurasia
Sokongan Orang yang Selamat dan Mangsa 27 Mei 2020
Human Trafficking is criminalized in most of the 193 UN Member States but countries around the world still struggle to hold traffickers accountable and to recognize and locate victims. Spurred by a variety of pressures, including the United Nations Protocol to Prevent, Suppress and Punish Trafficking in Persons, especially Women and Children, countries have adopted […]
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Symposium: The Antislavery Legislation Database: Community, History and Practice
Keadilan Antarabangsa 22 Mei 2020
One of the thorniest questions the modern antislavery movement has to confront in the international arena is whether and to what extent treaty language, reporting mechanisms and multilateral processes can move past being “talk shops” to actualized instruments on behalf of workers and other communities who have little access to them. The solutions-focused approach of […]
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Symposium: The Devil is in the Details: A New Legislation Database for Anti-Slavery Advocacy
Keadilan Antarabangsa 21 Mei 2020
Establishing effective legislative and policy responses to eradicate modern slavery and support the achievement of Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) Target 8.7, requires a baseline understanding of existing responses. By understanding which countries have criminalized slavery, forced labour and human trafficking in line with various international obligations, we can move beyond measuring the existence of legislation […]
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Symposium: Filling the Knowledge Gaps: The Antislavery Legislation Database
Keadilan Antarabangsa 20 Mei 2020
The new Antislavery in Domestic Legislation database developed by Dr Katarina Schwarz and Professor Jean Allain (hereinafter “authors”) is timely and important in a number of respects.  First, it contributes to the advancement of knowledge in the field. Despite the fact that slavery has been abolished in law, the authors point to the fact that […]
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Symposium: Practical Applications of an Anti-Slavery Legislative Database
Keadilan Antarabangsa 19 Mei 2020
The Antislavery in Domestic Legislation Database (hereafter referred to as “the Database”) reflects a tremendous amount of effort on the part of Dr Katarina Schwarz and Professor Jean Allain to comprehensively map legislative frameworks that seek to prohibit slavery around the world.  Such endeavours are critical for advancing thoughtful analysis and comparative critique of the […]
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