Books about human trafficking
Human trafficking with kalyani gopal, phd, hspp
Human trafficking has been a major source of concern for all of humanity’s civilized societies. Unfortunately, Armenia is also faced with this pressing problem. The authors of this manual hope that after completing the human trafficking course, students will be more informed of the issue and will be able to educate others and assist them in taking preventative steps to avoid becoming victims of human trafficking. This course would also help to foster more compassionate and supportive attitudes toward victims, as well as facilitate their recovery.
The manual contains eight essential lessons, an information appendix, and fiction excerpts. Students will become more protected and knowledgeable of human trafficking problems after reading and reviewing these excerpts. Many activities are included in the Manual, including cases drawn from Armenian modern and classical novels, as well as folk literature. (The above cases are absent from the English version.)
How a ugandan is fighting human trafficking in africa—and
This handbook is a detailed international reference tool in the area of human trafficking and slavery. It explores the field from a high-level and comprehensive viewpoint, addressing everything from historical viewpoints to cutting-edge topics. It has a wide selection of entries, ranging from leading experts and foreign organizations to grassroots NGOs. With contributions from academics and practitioners from nearly every continent, this handbook is truly global (e.g. Europe, North America, Australia, Africa, Asia, and South America). This book also addresses issues that aren’t covered in other reference books.
Human trafficking: look! listen! ask! act! | inge bell
Sex trafficking is a $150 billion-a-year market that is booming. Every country in the world has a market for men, women, and children. Despite the problem’s global prevalence and efforts to raise awareness, the market continues to be expanding. Women and young girls are particularly vulnerable, but anyone who is poor and desperate is at risk. Here are five human trafficking books that everyone should read to learn more about what drives human trafficking and the people caught in the cycle at every level:
Each chapter of this book looks at human trafficking in 24 different countries, including Australia, France, Japan, India, Mexico, and South Africa. As a consequence, it is one of the most detailed inquiries into sex trafficking. Authors Hepburn and Simon blend statistical data with interviews and personal accounts of smugglers, victims, and others trying to stop trafficking. The comprehensive study also identifies the cultural, economic, and geopolitical factors that contribute to human trafficking in each region, as well as the legislative issues that stymie real reform.
Paul boge interview- the true story of canadian human
Munyaradzi Mawere is a professor at Great Zimbabwe University’s Simon Muzenda School of Arts, Culture, and Heritage Studies. He has a PhD in Social Anthropology, a Master’s Degree in Social Anthropology, a second Master’s Degree in Philosophy, a third Master’s Degree in Development Studies, a BA (Hons) Degree in Philosophy, a Certificate in Tertiary and Higher Learning, a Certificate in Information Technology, and a Diplomacy, Negotiation, and Negotiating Certificate. He is the author of more than 50 books and more than 200 academic papers in the fields of poverty and development studies, African philosophy, cultural philosophy, democracy, food politics, humanitarianism, and civil society organizations, urban anthropology, existential anthropology, environmental anthropology, society and politics, religion, decoloniality, and African anthropology.