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10 Human Trafficking And Racism

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10 Human Trafficking And Racism

Exploring the Links between Marginalization and Exploitative Migration
Exploitative migration takes place in connection with marginalization. Those subject to marginalization usually belong to minority communities. This book explores into this old yet on-going issue from different perspectives. Edited and published in December 2006 by IMADR.

Published in December, 2006
Published by IMADR
A5 Paperback (192 pages)

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Exploitative migration takes place in connection with marginalization. Those subject to marginalization usually belong to minority communities. This book explores into this old yet on-going issue from different perspectives. Edited and published in December 2006 by IMADR.

Contents
  • Contributors
  • Preface (Nimalka Fernando)

Part One: Contextualizing Human Trafficking in the Global Era

  • Human Trafficking, Human Insecurity, and Exploitative Migration (Kinhide Mushakoji)
  • Migration and Human Trafficking in Sub-Saharan Africa: Exploring the Gender and Poverty Links (Thanh-Dam Truong)
  • Trafficking in Children: Lack of Reliable Data Leads to Invisibility for Myriads of Trafficked Children and Youth (Helene Sackstein)

Part Two: Ground-based Observations on Human Trafficking, Racism and Marginalization

  • Discrimination and Racism – Root Causes of Trafficking in Nepal (Renu Rajhandari)
  • Human Trafficking, Racism and Minority Rights – The Situation in West Africa (Bisi Olateru-Olagbegi)
  • Migration and Human Trafficking in Latin America: The Cultural Impact on Indigenous Communities (Lina Cahuasquí)
  • Trafficking in Japan: Racism Hindering Victims’/Survivors’ Access to Help for Human Rights Abuses (Nanako Inaba)
  • Sexual Trafficking of Indigenous Women and Girls in Canada (Erin Wolski)

Part Three: Addressing the Problem – Local, Regional and International Initiatives

  • Women Returnees as Agents of Change and Hope: The Story of the Batis Center for Women and the Filipina Entertainers to Japan (Andrea Luisa C. Anolin)
  • From Victimization to Empowerment: Experiences at KALAKASAN Migrant Women Empowerment Center (Leny Tolentino)
  • Regional Cooperation to Combat Trafficking in South Asia (Nimalka Fernando)
  • Human Rights and Human Wrongs: The Case of Trafficking in Persons (Jyoti Sanghera)

Appendix

  • Protocol to Prevent, Suppress and Punish Trafficking in Persons, Especially Women and Children, supplementing the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime
  • Recommended Principles and Guidelines on Human Rights and Human Trafficking: Report of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights to the Economic and Social Council Addendum
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