This book offers a brand-new perspective on human trafficking as an illegal business. It also proposes a new form of networked action: combining the perspectives of academic researchers with those of highly skilled professionals involved in policymaking in this area, this book is a unique contribution and a first step toward a networking paradigm, promoting collaboration in preventing and combating human trafficking crime, and in raising awareness of this ongoing problem.
This book was born within the CINETS group - Crimmigration Control International Net of Studies (www.crimmigrationcontrol.com), which was established in 2011 with the aim of bringing together expertise from different fields, professions, universities and countries. It aims to form a new paradigm for sharing knowledge and advancing research on topics related to human trafficking, crimmigration control, immigration and crime, immigrant detention and all types of violence that may affect victims of crimes, helping to create a fairer society.
Trafficking in Human Beings in Time and Space. A Socio-ecological Perspective by Joana Daniel-Wrabetz and Rita Penedo.- The Fragilities of Human Trafficking Victims by Joana Ruivo.- Trafficking in Human Beings for Sexual Exploitation in the Brazilian Criminal Law and the Consent of the Victim by João Paulo Orsini Martinelli.- Women Trafficking for Sexual Purposes - The Brazilian Experience after Law N. 11.106, of March 28th, 2005 by Danilo Fontenele Sampaio Cunha.- An Overview of International Human Trafficking in Brazil by Márcio Anselmo and Guilherme Fernandes.- The Spanish Action Plan against Trafficking in Women: Policies and Outcomes (2008-2011) by
Luz María Puente Aba and Agustina Iglesias Skulj.- Victims, Villains, and Valiant Rescuers: Unpacking Socio-Legal Construction of Human Trafficking and Crimmigration in Popular Culture by Edith Kinney.- Victims or Criminals: The Example of Human Trafficking in the United Kingdom by Jessica Elliott.- Forced Sex, Chosen Sex: Risk, Trafficking and Prostitution in Portugal by Jorge Malheiros and Maria João Guia.- Portuguese Good Practices in THB.