Call for Papers: Journal of Trafficking & Human Exploitation

November 19, 2015 at 6:45 pm Leave a comment

Paris Legal Publishers announces the Journal of Trafficking and Human Exploitation. A general call for papers encourages submission by April 1, 2016 for inclusion in the first issue.

A special issue in the fall will address comparative interpretations of legal doctrines concerning sexual exploitation and sex trafficking.  The focus of the special issue will concern the interpretation of legal doctrines in the context of commercial sexual exploitation and sex trafficking, and the practical results of such interpretations. Concepts such as exploitation, force, fraud, coercion, consent, etc. will be analysed in a comparative legal perspective across various jurisdictions around the globe.

Click here for more information about the call for papers.  For further information about the Journal of Trafficking and Human Exploitation, click here.

Topics: Calls for Papers; Human Rights. 

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