Achter de koopjes van alledag, waar we allemaal zo gek op zijn — de manicure voor een tientje, het ongelimiteerd buffet — ligt een wereld van dwangarbeid om die prijzen op zijn laagst te houden. Noy Thrupkaew onderzoekt mensenhandel — die behalve in ontwikkelingslanden ook floreert in Europa en de VS — en toont ons de mens achter de dwangarbeid die consumenten over de hele wereld voedt.
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Noy Thrupkaew reports on human trafficking and the economics of exploitation through the lens of labor rights.
GENERAL INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN TRAFFICKING
An informative video series on anti-trafficking work from the New York Anti-Trafficking Network
Ryan Beck Turner
Christian Science Monitor, June 4, 2014
A guide to how we shouldn’t — and should — be talking about this issue
The Economist, March 14, 2015
A very good introductory three-part series on human trafficking from The Economist
The Hill, January 25, 2015
The Huffington Post, June 17, 2014
This is a guide for conscientious business. Please also see anti-trafficking/workers’ rights organizations section for more.
International Labour Organization, 2015
Committed to ending child labor in the carpet industry
“Dedicated to ending human rights abuses and forced labor associated with the raw materials found in products we use every day.”
Verité provides research, training and resource development to deter abuse and promote good labor practices.
Random House Trade, 2008
An in-depth examination of labor exploitation
Barbara Ehrenreich and Arlie Russell Hochschild
Holt Paperbacks, 2004
An excellent anthology about the women who are part of increasingly globalized and still-marginalized work sectors.
This partnership between Open Democracy and international researchers yields a wealth of insightful dispatches, reports and analysis. Each month also features a special issue devoted to a central theme.
UCLA Law Review, November 6, 2012
The following two articles, by Hila Shamir and Janie Chuang, present powerful arguments for understanding human trafficking as part of a larger continuum of general labor exploitation.
Jennifer Lynne Musto and danah boyd
Social Politics, Summer 2015
Musto and Boyd raise urgent questions about the use of technology to combat trafficking.