Human Rights and Migration: Trafficking for Forced Labour by Christien van den AnkerHuman Rights and Migration: Trafficking for Forced Labour by Christien van den Anker

Human Rights and Migration: Trafficking for Forced Labour

EditorChristien van den Anker, Ilse Van Liempt

Hardcover | December 5, 2011

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Human Rights and Migration outlines the interplay between human rights and migration regimes in the wider context of trafficking for forced labour. It combines rigorous analysis with country studies from across Europe. The book is divided into three parts which cover migration, labour and human rights approaches. The contributors argue that complex and restrictive migration regimes exacerbate the channeling of migrants into risk groups for trafficking and that some types of exploitation in the field of trafficking are clearly linked to migration itself. They investigate the role of the state in creating the circumstances of trafficking and other violations of migrant rights. Moreover, this innovative volume shows that the current understanding of trafficking excludes large groups of people who, due to their migration status, experience human rights violations on a continuum of exploitation ranging from forced labour to minor detractions from labour standards.
CHRISTIEN VAN DEN ANKER is Reader in Politics at the University of the West of England, UK. She publishes in the areas of cosmopolitanism, migrant rights and contemporary slavery.ILSE VAN LIEMPT is a Postdoctoral Researcher in the Department of Urban Geography at Utrecht University, the Netherlands. She publishes in the field of migra...
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Title:Human Rights and Migration: Trafficking for Forced LabourFormat:HardcoverDimensions:264 pages, 9.02 × 5.98 × 0.02 inPublished:December 5, 2011Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan UKLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230279139

ISBN - 13:9780230279131

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Table of Contents

Introduction: The Wider Context of Trafficking for Forced Labour; C.van den Anker & I.van Liempt
PART I: ROOT CAUSES OF TRAFFICKING AND MIGRANT EXPLOITATION
Kosovo and Trafficking in Persons: Trends and Responses; B.Jones & T.Leko
Moldova: Women's Rights and Trafficking; C.Nanu
An Ethnography of Migrant 'Illegality' in Sweden: Included yet Excepted?; S.Khosravi
PART II: IMMIGRATION APPROACHES TO MIGRANT RIGHTS
Making Europe Migrant Proof: Binary Thinking and its Outcomes; J.Doomernik
The Ethics of Regularisation Policies: The Case of Belgium; G.Coene
'The Right to Always Wear a Smile': Migration Policies and the Exploitation of Domestic Workers' Labour in Germany; M.T.HerreraVivar
PART III: LABOUR RIGHTS APPROACHES TO MIGRANT EXPLOITATION
Speaking with a Forked Tongue: Contrary Political Discourses and the Irish State's Construction of Human Trafficking; D.Coghlan & G.Wylie
Hidden Labour: Knowledge Production of Trafficking Illustrated by a Swedish Case Study; M.Hulting
The Right to be Exploited: Vietnamese Workers in Poland; M.Szulecka
PART IV: HUMAN RIGHTS APPROACHES TO MIGRANT RIGHTS
Recent Developments in the Human Rights of Trafficked Persons; D.Weissbrodt & S.Meili
A Cosmopolitan Approach to Migrant Rights: Global Citizenship or Local Hospitality?; C.van den Anker
The Future of Anti-Trafficking Discourse: An Inquiry into Values?; B.Hancilova& P.Burcikova
Conclusion; C.van den Anker & I.van Liempt