Indiana University Bloomington

Second Annual Interdisciplinary Research Symposium on Human Trafficking (Spring 2014)

  

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Presentation Recordings:

Introduction and Opening remarks
Jessie Swanson
Re-framing Trafficking: Considerations for a different approach
Haley Nelson
Organ Trafficking: Expanding Views of Global Human Trafficking
Ashik Shah- Part 1 & Part 2
The Rise of Human Trafficking in Nepal due to Nepali Societal Vulnerabilities and Family Structure
Brittany Belkiewitz
Labor, Consumption, and Human Rights: Lessons from IU's No Sweat Campaign
Benjamin Timpson- Part 1 & Part 2
"For Sale" - An Anti-trafficking Stop-motion Animated Short Film in Development
Dr. Stepanka Korytova
Trafficking and Domestic Violence: Vulnerabilities and Commonalities
Brianna Greenwald
Ukrainian Male Laborers in Russia: Victimhood or Agency?
Rebecca Mueller- Part 1 & Part 2
Trafficking Trends and Survivor Services in a Changing Europe

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