It's SAHT's pleasure to invite you to our Trafficking Awareness Week
events which will take place at the University of Sussex. A workshop
with Jo Doezema and Ilse van Liempt, as well as a presentation by B.
Anderson will be held on 8th May, 2009.
Further information below.
Hoping to see you there,
the SAHT team
31 Blaker Street
TRAFFICKING AWARENESS WEEK
The Politics of Human Trafficking and the Challenges of Globalization
Thursday, May 7th at 4pm
Film Screening – ʻHuman Traffickingʼ
Library, Large AV Screening Room, followed by drinks & discussion at IDS
‘Human Trafficking,’ starring Mira Sovrino and Donald Sutherland, is the
story of four
individuals with different backgrounds who fall victim to the same
network of international
sex slave traffickers. Join us after the film for coffee and discussion
at IDS bar.
Friday, May 8th at 11am – 1pm
Workshop – ʻConceptual Approaches to Human Traffickingʼ
Room: Arts C 233
Join us for a discussion with two Sussex-based researchers on the
concept of Human
Trafficking. Presentations by:
Ilse van Liempt, Sussex Centre for Migration Research
Jo Doezema, Institute for Development Studies
Friday, May 8th at 5pm
Keynote Address – Bridget Anderson, ʻVictims and Villainsʼ
Room: Arts A2
Bridget Anderson is the head of the COMPAS programme 'Infrastructures of
She is the author of 'Labour Exchange: Patterns of Migration in Asia,'
and 'Doing the Dirty
Work? The global politics of domestic labour.' She is particularly
interested in precarious
labour, migration, and the state. She has worked closely with migrants'
unions, and legal practitioners at local, national, and the European level.
Students Against Human Trafficking
University of Sussex, Brighton, UK
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