Siobhán McGrath

Assistant Professor, University of Durham

Siobhán McGrath is an Assistant Professor in Human Geography at the University of Durham in the UK. Her research examines unfreedom within labour relations, labour within Global Production Networks, and how ‘modern slavery’ is conceptualised and addressed. Her doctoral research was on two cases of trabalho escravo (slave labour) in Brazil. As part of a wider research project funded by the European Commission on ‘Addressing Demand in Anti-Trafficking: Efforts and Policies’, she led research from 2014-2017 on how trafficking, forced labour and slavery within supply chains is being addressed.

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Local Civil Society Organizations as Key Actors to Reduce Child Labour in Rural Colombia

Sara Arredondo, Laura Cortés Obregón, Felipe Chaparro, Camilo Andrés Velásquez
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The Importance of Collaborative Action to Address the Modern Slavery-Environmental Degradation-Climate Change Nexus

Bethany Jackson
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Assessing the Interconnections and Gaps between SDG 8.7 and the Environmental SDGs

Bethany Jackson
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Building an Anti-Trafficking Support System for Uganda’s Sustainability

Doreen Boyd
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Breaking the Vicious Circle: Climate Change, Environmental Destruction and Contemporary Slavery

Dr Chris O’Connell
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AI for Good: Using AI to Prevent Modern Slavery, Human Trafficking and Forced and Child Labour

Nesrien Hamid, Alice Eckstein, Anjali Mazumder, James Goulding, Doreen Boyd , Nadya Bliss, Ben Harris
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