Posts Tagged: human trafficking

Blanchette, Thaddeus Gregory, and Ana Paula Da Silva. “On Bullshit and the Trafficking of Women: Moral Entrepreneurs and the Invention of Trafficking of Persons in Brazil.” Dialectical Anthropology 36, no. 1/2 (2012): 107-25. http://www.jstor.org/stable/23339229.

This image reflects the child sexual trafficking that occurs in Brazil and that children should not be forced into this violation. The image is not directly from Brazil, however, it reflects the main point behind sex trafficking especially in terms of children.

Blanchette, Thaddeus Gregory, and Ana Paula Da Silva. “On Bullshit and the Trafficking of Women: Moral Entrepreneurs and the Invention of Trafficking of Persons in Brazil.” Dialectical Anthropology 36, no. 1/2 (2012): 107-25. http://www.jstor.org/stable/23339229.

This image reflects the child sexual trafficking that occurs in Brazil and that children should not be forced into this violation. The image is not directly from Brazil, however, it reflects the main point behind sex trafficking especially in terms of children.

A Multi-country Analysis of Human Trafficking in Latin America

Megan Cliff Kimberly Guzman Erin Waugh Executive Summary As is any other industry, human trafficking is essentially based off of supply and demand.  In particular, however, the industry feeds off of the vulnerability of others.  Human trafficking is fueled by

A Multi-country Analysis of Human Trafficking in Latin America

Megan Cliff Kimberly Guzman Erin Waugh Executive Summary As is any other industry, human trafficking is essentially based off of supply and demand.  In particular, however, the industry feeds off of the vulnerability of others.  Human trafficking is fueled by

Wooding, Bridget and Petrozziello, Allison J. “New Challenges for the Realisation of Migrants’ Rights Following the Haiti 2010 Earthquake: Haitian Women on the Borderlands.” Bulletin of Latin American Research, Vol. 32, No. 4 (2013): 407-420.

Bridget Wooding and Allison J. Petrozziello examine the struggles experienced by Haitian women who were displaced by the 2010 earthquake. Forced to cross the Haitian-Dominican border, Haitian women and young girls come into contact with traffickers, placing the migrants into

Wooding, Bridget and Petrozziello, Allison J. “New Challenges for the Realisation of Migrants’ Rights Following the Haiti 2010 Earthquake: Haitian Women on the Borderlands.” Bulletin of Latin American Research, Vol. 32, No. 4 (2013): 407-420.

Bridget Wooding and Allison J. Petrozziello examine the struggles experienced by Haitian women who were displaced by the 2010 earthquake. Forced to cross the Haitian-Dominican border, Haitian women and young girls come into contact with traffickers, placing the migrants into