Modern Slavery

Human Trafficking, Modern Slavery and the Law examines and evaluates the evolution of the international law response to the global problems of human trafficking and modern slavery, as well as forced labour and servitute. Students consider the legal regimes at an international level and also within the ASEAN context. The unit considers the human rights implications and the tensions of competing 'agendas'; including those of criminal justice, gender, human rights, labour, migration and race.