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This unique volume combines chapters containing a multidisciplinary academic analysis of the causes of the continued existence of contemporary forms of slavery, such as globalization, poverty and migration with empirical chapters on trafficking, domestic migrant workers, bonded labour and child labour in Asia, Latin America and Africa. It provides relevant policy recommendations, such as respect for victims' rights and assesses longer term strategies for change, including Fair Trade, reparations for slavery in the past, the Tobin tax and Development ethics.


BRIDGET ANDERSON Institute for Social and Cultural Anthropology, University of Oxford, UK AMANDA BERLAN Research Student, Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, University of Oxford, UK ARNE DORMAELS Academic Assistant in Criminal Law and Researcher at the Institute for International Research on Criminal Policy, University of Gent JEROEN DOOMERNIK Lecturer in Political Science and Programme Manager at the Institute for Migration and Ethnic Studies, University of Amsterdam NIGEL DOWER Senior Lecturer in Philosophy, University of Aberdeen EMMA DOWLING is currently studying for an MSc at the Centre for the Study of Global Ethics, University of Birmingham, UK VICTORIA FIRMO-FONTAN PhD Candidate in the Centre for Peace and Development Studies, University of Limerick, Republic of Ireland IVAN MANOKHA PhD student at the University of Sussex, UK BRUNO MOENS Executive Director at Payoke, Antwerp, Belgium RACHEL NIZAN spent a year working with street children in Honduras, doing both social work and research. Her main interests include children's rights, human rights, development and trade DAVID OULD Deputy Director of Anti-Slavery International NELE PRAET Case Manager at Payoke, Antwerp, Belgium. KRISHNA UPADHYAYA Bonded Labour Programme Officer at Anti-Slavery International in London GERALDINE VAN BUEREN Professor of International Human Rights Law at Queen Mary, University of London, UK


Introduction: Combating Contemporary Slavery; C.van den Anker PART I: CAUSES AND PERSPECTIVES Contemporary Slavery, Globalization and Global Justice; C.van den Anker Migration and Security? The Wrong End of the Stick; J.Doomernik Trafficking and International Law; D.Ould The Belgian Counter Trafficking Policy; B.Moens, N.Praet & A.Dormaels PART II: CASES AND RECOMMENDATIONS Responses to Sexual Slavery: From the Balkans to Afghanistan; V.Firmo-Fontan Migrant Domestic Workers and Slavery; B.Anderson Bonded Labour in South Asia: India, Nepal and Pakistan; K.Upadhyaya Child Labour in Latin America: Issues and Policies in Honduras; R.Nizan Child Labour, Education and Child Rights Among Cocoa Producers in Ghana; A.Berlan PART III: STRATEGIES AND FRAMEWORKS FOR CHANGE The Global Framework for Development- Instrumentality or Contested Ethical Space?; N.Dower Strategies for Change: The Tobin Tax; E.Dowling Modern Slavery and Fair Trade Products: Buy One and Set Someone Free; I.Manokha Slavery as Piracy - a Legal Case for Reparations for Historical Slavery; G.Van Bueren


Titel: The Political Economy of New Slavery
EAN: 9781403937865
ISBN: 978-1-4039-3786-5
Digitaler Kopierschutz: Wasserzeichen
Format: E-Book (pdf)
Hersteller: Palgrave Macmillan UK
Herausgeber: Palgrave Macmillan
Genre: Politikwissenschaft
Anzahl Seiten: 272
Veröffentlichung: 18.12.2003
Jahr: 2003
Dateigrösse: 1.0 MB

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