What is human trafficking? Despite legislative developments and national and international interventions, we still lack firm definitions, estimates of its full extent, effective responses to perpetrators and sound survivor care. This volume critically examines the competing discourses surrounding human trafficking, the conceptual basis of global responses and the impact of these horrific acts worldwide. ; What is human trafficking? This volume critically examines the competing discourses surrounding human trafficking, the conceptual basis of global responses and the impact of these horrific acts worldwide. ; Acknowledgements; List of Contributors; 1. Contexts and Complexities, Margaret Malloch and Paul Rigby; 2. Productive Ignorance: Assessing Public Understanding of Human Trafficking in Ukraine, Hungary and Great Britain, Kiril Sharapov; 3. The Application of International Legislation: Is the Federalisation of Anti-trafficking Legislation in Europe Working for Trafficking Victims?, Adam Weiss; 4. International and European Standards in Relation to Victims and Survivors of Human Trafficking, Kirsty Thomson; 5. Child Protection for Child Trafficking Victims, Paul Rigby and Philip Ishola; 6. Responding to Victims of Human Trafficking: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, Jim Laird; 7. Does It Happen Here?, Sheila Murie and Liz Owens; 8. Promoting Psychological Recovery in Victims of Human Trafficking, Sharon Doherty and Rachel Morley; 9. ‘We Cannot Collect Comprehensive Information on All of These Changes’: The Challenges of Monitoring and Evaluating Reintegration; Efforts for Separated Children, Claire Cody; 10. Policing Forced Marriages Among Pakistanis in the United Kingdom, Stefano Bonino; 11. Criminalising Victims of Human Trafficking: State Responses and Punitive Practices, Margaret Malloch; 12. Root Causes, Transnational Mobility and Formations of Patriarchy in the Sex Trafficking of Women, Jackie Turner; 13. The New Raw Resources Passing Through the Shadows, Hazel Cameron; 14. Human Trafficking: Capital Exploitation and the Accursed Share, Bill Munro; Postscript, Margaret Malloch and Paul Rigby; Index
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Margaret Malloch is Reader in Criminology with the Scottish Centre for Crime and Justice Research at the University of Stirling.; Paul Rigby is Lecturer in Social Work at the University of Stirling.