Download PDF by Moira Murphy-Aguilar,Susan Tiano: Borderline Slavery: Mexico, United States, and the Human

By Moira Murphy-Aguilar,Susan Tiano

ISBN-10: 1138279064

ISBN-13: 9781138279063

ISBN-10: 1409439682

ISBN-13: 9781409439684

Exploring human trafficking within the US - Mexico borderlands as a neighborhood expression of a urgent worldwide challenge, Borderline Slavery sheds gentle at the contexts and factors of trafficking, providing coverage techniques for addressing it that do justice to frame groups' complicated conditions. This ebook specializes in either sexual and exertions trafficking, continuing thematically from international to neighborhood degrees to supply an empirically grounded, theoretically expert, and policy-relevant technique, which examines the matter during the eyes of students and researchers from a number of fields, in addition to newshounds, public officers, legislations enforcement team of workers, sufferers' advocates and NGO representatives. Discussing the multinational networks, worldwide economics, and private causes that gas a multibillion greenback exchange in humans as reasonable hard work, Borderline Slavery indicates destiny instructions for potent guidelines and legislation enforcement innovations to avoid the improvement of human trafficking. As such, it will likely be of curiosity to either coverage makers and students around the social sciences operating within the fields of migration, exploitation and trafficking.

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