Migration, Trafficking, Sex Work and the Law
1 a 5 de julho de 2019
Auditório Fausto Castilho
Núcleo de Estudos de Gênero – Pagu, Unicamp
University of Sheffield
Fundação de Amparo à Pesquisa do Estado de São Paulo - FAPESP
The Migration, Trafficking, Sex Work, and the Law workshop brings together Brazilian and British scholars, policy makers and activists to analyse links between migration, human trafficking and sex work. We hope that this workshop will lead to the creation of a British-Brazilian research network on the Global Sex Trade and Human Trafficking and that we will be able to hold a follow-up workshop in Sheffield in the future. Our objective is to help develop a more nuanced interpretation of the ties between sex work, migration and trafficking in persons, leading to the implementation of laws and policies that focus on repressing slave labour. It is hoped that the production of this new knowledge and its impact on law and law enforcement, will also help reduce vulnerabilities for sex workers.
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