Human trafficking in Europe

A Talk by Sara Mariella Lambertini, Silvia Rodriguez-Lopez, Ruggero Scaturro and Giada Volpato
University of Naples Federico II, University of A Coruna, GI-TOC and

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Human trafficking in Europe takes many different shapes ranging from sexual exploitation forced labour, depending on the area under analysis. In this panel, authors will explore some of these forms focusing mainly on Italy, the United Kingdom, and Spain. Specifically, the session will be split into two main sub-sessions. The first will explicitly focus on forms of labour exploitation along the supply chain of agricultural production. Here, authors will explore the phenomenon and suggest possible remedies. The second session will, instead, be exploring the links between modern slavery and organized crime in Italy and Spain. A Q&A session will follow the presentations.

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Sara Mariella Lambertini

PhD Student in Social Sciences and Statistics (University of Naples Federico II), specialized in transnational organized crime and human trafficking.

Ruggero Scaturro

Analyst for the Global Initiative against Transnational Organised Crime conducting research on the Western Balkans, and on Italian mafia-related issues.


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