Tag: Anti-trafficking

Part Five: Evidence of a Counter-Discourse in The CNN Freedom Project and Alternative Perspectives in an Indian Context

i Feb 24th No Comments by

As I have now presented my main analysis through previous blogs, I will continue on to part five of my blog series based on my thesis, “The Global Discourse on Human Trafficking and the Construction of a Standard of Civilization: Explored through The CNN Freedom Project.” Please refer to previous blogs covering parts one through four for the introduction, background, and the main parts of the analysis. To gain access to the original thesis, please contact Line Larsen at line@talktrafficking.org….
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The Flawed Marriage of Anti-Trafficking and Business

i Mar 15th No Comments by

The issue of human trafficking has become a giant magnet drawing attention from all kinds of sources, where people from all walks of life have flocked to the cause in wanting to make a difference in the lives of those affected. More and more people have heard of the issue, either in passing or through full immersion, as it has been covered extensively through the media and through campaigns as well as in classrooms and conferences around the world. I…
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