Modern slavery and human trafficking: The victim journey

A Talk by Phil Brewer, Sasha Jesperson, Runa Lazzarino, Carole Murphy and Ruth Van Dyke
Human Trafficking Foundation, RHIPTO Norwegian Center for Global Analyses, University of Oxford,

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Book presentation and discussion: Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking. The Victim Journey, Bristol University Press, Dec 6, 2022

Throughout the world, vulnerable subjects are being deceived into entering an abusive journey, in the organ trade, exploitative labour business, and forced criminality - and their lives will never be the same.

This book traces the journey of victims/survivors of modern slavery and human trafficking into and within the UK, from recruitment to representation to (re)integration. Using global comparative case studies, it discusses recruitment tactics and demand, prevention in supply chains, issues with effective legal protection and care services, vulnerability to re-trafficking and the ideological misrepresentation of vulnerable migrants and victims/survivors in media, the film industry, legislation, and more.

Rooted in diverse practitioner experience, disciplines and empirical research, this book bridges the experience-research-practice-policy gap by bringing to the fore survivors’ voices. In doing so, it offers crucial suggestions for better public awareness, policies and practices that will impact interventions in the UK and beyond.

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Phil Brewer

Former Head of the Modern Slavery and Kidnap Unit, Metropolitan Police, London Specialist Advisor on Human Trafficking at the Human Trafficking Foundation MA in Human trafficking, migration and organised crime

Sasha Jesperson

Research consultant focused on organised crime, keen to improve responses

Runa Lazzarino

Research Fellow, Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, University of Oxford

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