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Subject:

Call for Papers: Anti-Trafficking Review

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Date:

Fri, 6 May 2011 16:01:47 +0100

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Dear all,

We're pleased to invite submissions to the Anti-Trafficking Review, a 
unique new journal examining the field of human trafficking, please see 
the call for papers, and find further information at 
www.traffickingreview.org

Anti-Trafficking Review:

     * Promotes a human rights based approach to human trafficking;
     * Explores trafficking in its broader context including gender 
analyses and intersections with labour and migrant rights;
     * Has global reach: exploring the micro and macro levels of 
anti-trafficking responses and the commonalities, differences and 
disconnects in between;
     * Offers space for dialogue between academics, practitioners and 
advocates seeking to communicate new ideas and findings to those working 
for and with trafficked persons;
     * Considers emerging or overlooked themes in the field of human 
trafficking.
     * Publishes rigorously considered, peer reviewed material

This 1st Edition of the Anti-Trafficking Review focuses on a current and 
pressing concern in the field of human trafficking:'Where's the 
Accountability?'

Since the implementation of the Human Trafficking Protocol in 2003 the 
UN Office of Drugs and Crime estimates that the numbers of States with 
dedicated national anti-trafficking legislation has doubled (Global 
Report on Trafficking in Persons, UNODC, 2009, p. 8); 143 States are now 
parties to the Protocol.  Alongside governmental policy development in 
this field civil society has also entered the arena, including 
celebrities, major media operations, NGOs and often competing 
inter-governmental organisations.  This 'anti-trafficking industry' has 
grown alongside an accountability vacuum, which has meant a growth in 
opportunities for intervention in this field has not translated into 
increased opportunities for trafficked or affected persons to voice 
their views or concerns on the way in which such interventions are 
implemented:

     * How does the accountability vacuum in the human trafficking arena 
affect women's ability to realise their rights and entitlements during 
the migratory process?
     * What does this mean for rights-based approaches to human trafficking?
     * What is the role of anti-trafficking organisations in promoting 
principles of accountability within this sector?

Please send a paragraph outlining your proposed article to 
[log in to unmask] before the REVISED commissioning deadline: 16th 
May 2011.  If we are able to offer space for your contribution we will 
write to you by 23th May 2011.  Commissioned articles will need to be 
completed for a deadline of 25 July 2011 when they will be considered 
for publication.

This issue will be guest edited by Dr Anne Gallagher and co-edited by 
Caroline Hames at the Global Alliance against Traffic in Women.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Please senf all replies to: [log in to unmask]

Warm regards,

Caroline Hames
International Advocacy Officer
Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women (GAATW)
191/1 Soi Watmaipiren, Wattapra, Bangkokyai,
Bangkok, 10600, THAILAND

[Spanish]

Estimados(as) amigos(as),

Nos complace lanzar esta convocatoria a la presentación de material para 
su inclusión en la Evaluación de la Lucha contra la Trata, una nueva 
publicación singular que examina el tema de la trata humana. Favor de 
leer la Convocatoria de arti­culos, anexa, y consulte 
www.traffickingreview.org para mayor información.

La Evaluación de la Lucha contra la Trata:

     * Promueve un enfoque a la Trata basado en los derechos humanos;
     * Explora la Trata en un contexto más amplio, incluyendo el 
análisis de género y su intersección con los derechos laborales y 
migratorios;
     * Ostenta un alcance global: explora los niveles micro y macro de 
las iniciativas contra la Trata, así como sus puntos en común, 
diferencias y conflictos;
     * Ofrece un espacio de diálogo para los profesionales, activistas y 
académicos que buscan comunicar nuevas ideas y hallazgos a quienes 
trabajan para y con las víctimas;
     * Examina los temas emergentes o infravalorados en el área de la 
trata humana;
     * Publica material que ha sido estudiado de forma rigurosa y 
examinado por homólogos en la industria.

Esta 1era edición de la Evaluación de la Lucha contra la Trata se centra 
en un tema apremiante dentro del área de la trata humana: ¿Qué ha pasado 
con la rendición de cuentas?

Según un estimado de la Oficina de la ONU contra las Drogas y el Delito, 
a partir de la implementación del Protocolo contra la Trata Humana en 
2003 se ha duplicado el número de Estados con legislación nacional 
contra la Trata (Informe Global sobre la Trata Humana, UNODC, 2009, p. 
8); 143 Estados se han suscrito al Protocolo.  Junto con el desarrollo 
de políticas en este sentido, la sociedad civil también ha salido a la 
palestra, incluidas figuras célebres, conglomerados mediáticos, 
organizaciones no gubernamentales y organizaciones intergubernamentales 
-a menudo con intereses en conflicto-.  La industria antiTrata ha 
crecido a medida que la rendición de cuentas ha quedado rezagada. El 
crecimiento de oportunidades de intervención en este campo no le ha 
proporcionado mayores oportunidades a las víctimas para que divulguen 
sus opiniones e inquietudes sobre la forma en que se ejecutan tales 
intervenciones.

     * ¿Cómo afecta la falta de rendición de cuentas en el ámbito de la 
trata humana a la capacidad de la mujer de hacer cumplir sus derechos y 
prestaciones durante el proceso migratorio?
     * ¿Qué significa esto para el enfoque a la Trata basado en los 
derechos?
     * ¿Qué papel desempeñan las organizaciones antiTrata en la 
promoción de los principios de rendición de cuentas dentro del sector?

Favor de enviar un párrafo que resuma el artículo propuesto a 
[log in to unmask] antes de la fecha plazo del 16 de mayo de 2011. 
Si contamos con espacio para publicar su aporte le notificaremos por 
escrito para el 23 de mayo de 2011.  Los artículos comisionados deben 
estar terminados para el 25 de julio de 2011, fecha en que se 
considerará su publicación.

Este número contará con la participación de la Dra Anne Gallagher como 
editora invitada y de Caroline Hames, de la GAATW, en calidad de coeditora.

¡Esperamos sus aportes!

Afectuosamente,

Caroline Hames
International Advocacy Officer
Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women (GAATW)
191/1 Soi Watmaipiren, Wattapra, Bangkokyai,
Bangkok, 10600, THAILAND

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