Dr Rose Broad

University of Manchester Modern slavery, human trafficking

About this speaker

Rose has conducted research on modern slavery and human trafficking, in collaboration with police, other criminal justice agencies and non-government organisations, for over ten years. Her work has made use of quantitative and qualitative data in order to focus on those held responsible for these offences, adding to the limited literature in this area. Her work is closely rooted in the relationship between policy and practice and the importance of developing practice-focused outputs, having worked for over ten years in criminal justice and the voluntary sector.

Talks

The truth about modern slavery

01 December 2021, 01:00 PM
Ella Cockbain David Gadd Emily Kenway Cameron Thibos Rose Broad

Demystifying Modern Slavery + Contesting County Lines: Case Studies in Drug Crime and Deviant Entrepreneurship

18 October 2023, 08:30 PM
Rose Broad Robert McLean James Densley David Gadd Ella Cockbain Ross Deuchar

Understanding & Responding to ‘Cuckooing’

18 October 2023, 10:00 PM
Jack Spicer Rose Broad Laura Bainbridge Simon Harding Stephen. J. Macdonald