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Slavery Research Library

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Search the library for anti-slavery resources from across the globe. Suggest material to share, or review the latest highlights from the Slavery Research Bulletin.

There are currently 440 resources in the library.

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Latest Resources

Anti-Trafficking Review: Special Issue on Sex Work

Author(s): Borislav Gerasimov; Annalee Lepp / Anti-Trafficking Review / 2019

Apprise: Supporting the Critical-Agency of Victims of Human Trafficking in Thailand

Author(s): Karthik S. Bhat; Hannah Thinyane / United Nations University / 2019

The 2019 Ethical Fashion Report: The Truth Behind The Barcode

Author(s): Claire Hart; Annie Hollister-Jones; J... / Tearfund, Baptist World Aid Australia / 2019

Healthcare Access for Foreign-National Survivors of Trafficking

Author(s): Margaret Chambeshi; Amanda Eckhardt / Restore NYC / 2019

Can Unconditional In-Kind Transfers Keep Children Out of Work and in School? Evidence from Indonesia

Author(s): Nadezhda V. Baryshnikova; Danusha Jay... / University of Adelaide, School of Economics / 2019

Myanmar: Women, Girls Trafficked as ‘Brides’ to China

Author(s): Human Rights Watch / Human Rights Watch / 2019
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