Data and research on human trafficking : a global survey / edited by Frank Laczko and Elzbieta Gozdziak.

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Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Geneva : International Organization for Migration, c2005.
Description
342 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.

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Notes
"Offprint of the special issue of International migration vol. 43 (1/2) 2005."
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents
Introduction / Frank Laczko -- Describing the unobserved : methodological challenges in empirical studies on human trafficking / Guri Tyldum and Anette Brunovskis -- Methodological challenges in research with trafficked persons : tales from the field / Denise Brennan -- Designing trafficking research from a labour market perspective : the ILO experience / Beate Andrees and Mariska N.J. van der Linden -- Review of research and data on human trafficking in sub-Saharan Africa / Aderanti Adepoju -- Research on human trafficking in North America : a review of literature / Elzbieta M. Gozdziak and Elizabeth A. Collett -- A review of recent OAS research on human trafficking in the Latin American and Caribbean region / Laura Langberg -- Treading along a treacherous trail : research on trafficking in persons in south Asia / A.K.M. Masud Ali -- Human trafficking in east Asia : current trends, data collection and knowledge gaps / June JH Lee -- A problem by a different name? : a review of research on trafficking in south-east Asia and Oceania / Nicola Piper -- "You can find anything you want" : a critical reflection on research in trafficking in persons within and into Europe / Liz Kelly -- A review of recent research on human trafficking n the Middle East / Giuseppe Calandruccio -- Human trafficking : bibliography by region / Romaine Farquet, Heikki Mattila, and Frank Laczko.
Other title(s)
International migration (Geneva, Switzerland)
ISBN
929068240X (pbk.)
OCLC
61869481
RCP
H - S
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