Human Trafficking in a Global Context

Fall & Spring | 3 credits | Elective

Related Disciplines: Anthropology. Human Rights. Legal Studies. Political Science. Sociology.

Globally, human trafficking ranks among the most profitable criminal activities. It is a violation of human rights, which manifests itself in ever-evolving ways of exploitation of people. In this course you will gain an understanding of the many types of human trafficking ranging from child trafficking, organ trafficking to trafficking for exploitation in prostitution, labor or other ways of exploitation throughout the world today. You will also learn the most important elements of legal and policy frameworks addressing trafficking at the European and international level.

Syllabi

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Faculty

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Read an article on sex trafficking on the CNN website which quotes DIS instructor Anne Brandt-Christensen.

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