Amanda Finger

Executive Director, Laboratory to Combat Human Trafficking

Amanda Finger, MA, is the Executive Director and co-founder of the Denver-based non-profit, Laboratory to Combat Human Trafficking, which has focused on anti-trafficking efforts since 2005. She led project management and conducted research for the Colorado Project to Comprehensively Combat Human Trafficking (2013 and 2019). Her professional background includes teaching human trafficking and women’s health courses, health advocacy in Washington, DC, Congressional campaign organizing, serving as a Legislative Aide for the Colorado General Assembly, and field research on human trafficking and forced migration in Johannesburg, South Africa.

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Can New US Law Help Increase Financial Recovery and Reintegration of Survivors of Human Trafficking?

Professor Barry Koch, Dr Leona Vaughn, Sarah Byrne
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Gendered Understandings of Forced Sexual Exploitation

Ellie Newman-Granger
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Forced Labour Import Bans: What Does the Evidence Tell Us?

Owain Johnstone
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Gendered Understandings of Forced Sexual Exploitation

Ellie Newman-Granger
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Domestic Slave Labour in Brazil

Maurício Krepsky Fagundes
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Indigenous Peoples and the Anti-Trafficking Sector’s Blind Spot

Miriam Karmali, Krysta Bisnauth
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