4 edition of The Migration-Trafficking Nexus found in the catalog.
The Migration-Trafficking Nexus
by Anti-Slavery International
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||26|
Ward, E. () Sex Trafficking to Ireland and the Migration-Trafficking Nexus or Fishing in the Stream of Migration. [Chaired Session], Anglo-Irish Population Conference, Moore Institute. NUIG, MAY - MAY () International Political Theory Conference, Thinking With (out) Borders. This paper, jointly authored by NEXUS Institute and Fafo, is intended as a resource for practitioners working in the field of trafficking prevention, as well as others who are considering implementing a positive deviance methodology or similar approach.
Human trafficking and smuggling of migrants. Human trafficking is one of the most serious human rights violations of our modern world that brings high profits to traffickers through the acquisition and exploitation of human beings by improper means such as force, fraud or deception. The migration-trafficking nexus (Piper ) has been often highlighted in academic literature that omits, however, to unfold the complexity of sex workers' experience in the global south. The book is divided into eight well-argued and academically informed chapters, yet.
The Migration-Trafficking Nexus: Combating Trafficking Through the Protection of Migrants’ Human Rights. This report provides information about efforts to address human trafficking through cooperative measure by addressing policies from a broader migration framework. 3 >>>>> Sixth IGAD Regional Consultative Process on Migration (IGAD RCP) – October The three elements of the definition is illustrated below in Figure 1. Figure 1: trafficking in Persons In the region, victims of human trafficking are exploited in a range of indus-.
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The migration-trafficking nexus: combating trafficking through the protection of migrants’ human rights Trafficking, smuggling and migration are separate, but inter-related issues.
Migration may take place through regular or irregular channels and may be freely chosen or forced upon the migrant as. The Migration-Trafficking Nexus Trafficking, smuggling and migration are separate, but inter-related issues.
This publication seeks to look at the issue of trafficking within a broader migration framework and to propose policies which would be effective in reducing trafficking and in preventing the human and labour rights violations to which migrant workers are so often subjected.
The migration-trafficking nexus: combating trafficking through the protection of migrants' human rights. Publication seeks to look at the issue of trafficking within a broader migration framework and to propose policies which would be effective in reducing trafficking and in preventing the human and labour rights violations to which migrant workers are so often subjected today.
READ THE REPORT. Mike Kaye The paper provides an overview of trafficking in people internationally and discusses migration today, including both push and pull factors that encourage international migration.
Illustrations and examples from various regions around the world are highlighted. The Migration-Trafficking Nexus: Combating trafficking through the protection of migrants' human rights. Authors. Anti-Slavery International.
Publication Date. Comments. The migration-traffiking nexus: an investigation into the survival strategies of the Philippines' poorest migrants. Copyright is owned by the Author of the thesis. Permission is given for a copy to be downloaded by an individual for the purpose of research and private study only.
The trafficking-migration nexus holds promise in facilitating a modicum of convergence in the theoretical divide – i.e. intrastate vs. interstate - that currently prevails in migration studies. The study of trafficking therefore has lessons and opportunities for advancing migration studies.
The social work–migration nexus (Righard & Boccagni ) The state–migration nexus (Fagotto ) The migration–terrorism nexus (Chung et al. ) The tourism–migration nexus (Müller ) The trade–migration nexus (Felbermayr & Toubal ) The migration–trafficking nexus (Kaye ) The travel–migration nexus (Bui & Wilkins ).
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out of 5 stars Audible Audiobook $ $ 0. 00 $ $ Free with Audible trial. Mass Market Paperback $ $ 7. 99 $ $ Rooted in more than two decades of scholarship, this book uses critical social theory and participatory, biographical and arts-based methods with asylum seekers, refugees and emerging communities to explore the dynamics of the asylum-migration-community nexus.
DANS is an institute of KNAW and NWO. Driven by data. Go to page top Go back to contents Go back to site navigation. Chapter 1 by Md Shahidu Haque which is promisingly entitled ‘Ambiguities and Confusions in the Migration–Trafficking Nexus: a Developmental Challenge’, epitomizes these conceptual problems.
In this developing area, an understanding of the Protocol trafficking definition. In particular, it enables the refugee–trafficking nexus to be overlooked. In the late s and early s, the problem of “mixed flows” of asylum-seekers and other international migrants (the cohort of which includes “irregulars”) was described in terms of another nexus, namely the “migration–asylum” nexus.
Women of poor countries are particularly vulnerable to sex trafficking. This book identifies the patterns, causes and consequences of female sex trafficking in Nepal, Cambodia and the Philippines. Books Book Chapters Presentations Other. 2 Reports • Albania, "Criminal Code" (No.Januaryas amended by Law n.
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From the book Series: Connected and Mobile: Migration and Human Trafficking in Africa Cite as: Mawere, M. Bound together in the digital era: Poverty, migration and human trafficking.
In: Van Reisen, M., Mawere, M., This mixed migration-trafficking nexus makes human trafficking and. The migration-trafficking nexus According to the report, the migration-trafficking nexus remains a key point of vulnerability for migrants and refugees (especially women and children) who often are physically and sexually abused and exploited throughout their journey only to become sex slaves or involved in forced begging at the end of their.
This book has, through consideration of a broad range of trafficking-related topics, engaged with both of these questions.
Kaye, M. () The migration-trafficking nexus. Combating. Ambiguities and confusions in migration-trafficking nexus: a development challenge / Md. Shahidul Haque -- International migration and trafficking of Mexican women to the United States / Arun Kumar Acharya -- Trafficking of women and children in Vietnam:current issues and problems / Vu Ngoc Binh -- Human (in)security, human trafficking and security in Malaysia / Zarina Othman -- Trafficking.
This chapter examines the interrelationships between forced migration, trafficking, and smuggling and problematizes the binary between voluntary and forced migration. After providing an overview of the history of anti-trafficking legislation policies, including the landmark Trafficking Protocol ofit turns to a discussion of how force and coercion have been understood and debated.
Haque, Shahidul. “Ambiguities and Confusions in Migration—Trafficking Nexus: A Development Challenge” in Trafficking and the Global Sex Industry eds. Karen Beeks and Delila Amir (NY: Lexington Books) Google Scholar.The Migration-Trafficking Nexus. Combating trafficking through the protection of migrants’ human rights; The Missing Factor - Clients of Trafficked Women in Israel's Sex Industry; The mythology of prostitution: Advocacy Research and public policy; The National Report on Domestic MInor Sex Trafficking.
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