Bethany Jackson

Research Associate & Fellow in Antislavery Social-Ecological Systems Modelling, the Rights Lab at the University of Nottingham

As part of the Rights Lab’s Ecosystems and the Environment Programme, led by Dr Jessica Sparks, Dr Bethany Jackson works on the intersection between modern slavery and environmental degradation. Her focus is on the application of remotely sensed satellite Earth Observation (EO) data to understand the modern slavery-environmental degradation-climate change nexus. Her work has focused on brick kilns, various segments of the fisheries sector including fish-processing, and her current research interests are focused around the degradation of forest environments as a result of modern slavery.

Recent Articles by this Author
Economics, Business Regulation and Supply Chains

Promise and Limits of Remote Monitoring in Addressing Forced and Child Labour

Leanne Melnyk, Phoebe Ewen, Sophie Zinser, Hannah Thinyane
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Survivor and Victim Support

Symposium: Protecting Children from Exploitation during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Amanda Bissex, Eshani Ruwanpura, Ramya Subrahmanian, Aniruddha Kulkarni, Claudia Cappa
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Survivor and Victim Support

Human Trafficking and the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Public Health Perspective

Laura T. Murphy, Jordan Greenbaum, HEAL Trafficking, Hanni Stoklosa
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Survivor and Victim Support

Human Trafficking and the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Public Health Perspective

Laura T. Murphy, Jordan Greenbaum, HEAL Trafficking, Hanni Stoklosa
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Survivor and Victim Support

Combating Modern Slavery in Textile Supply Chains in Rio de Janeiro’s Favelas

Silvia Marina Pinheiro
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Development Assistance

The Politics of Anti-Trafficking

Maria Peiró Mir
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