Contemporary issues on human trafficking, migration and exploitation

  title={Contemporary issues on human trafficking, migration and exploitation},
  author={Michael Chibba},
  journal={Migration and Development},
  pages={163 - 173}
  • Michael Chibba
  • Published 3 July 2014
  • Political Science
  • Migration and Development
Human trafficking, migration and exploitation have experienced profound changes over the past decade or so. The ‘new landscape’ has a bearing on how we define these terms, as well as related concepts and terminologies. This, in turn, has implications for practice, policy, research and theory. New initiatives and programmes being pursued on trafficking also have a bearing on migration and exploitation. A rethink of definitions and theory, especially in migration studies, but also vis-à-vis the… 
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