July 8, 2019
I will attempt to answer this question at ANU's Migration and Social-Cultural Change Workshop.
For further details about the event can be found here. Abstract of my talk below.
Is anti-trafficking dead? Understanding Australia’s role in regional anti- trafficking
October 3, 2016
The University of Melbourne is hosting a symposium on Gender, Mobility Regimes and Social Transformation in Asia, 3-4 November, 2016. Further details can be found here.
I will be presenting the second day (abstract below):
‘What happened to sex trafficking? The new...
My latest publication in Current Anthropology
Postpanopticism and the “mobility turn” within the social sciences provide important challenges...
Sedentary Optics: Static Anti-Trafficking and Mobile Victims
March 22, 2018
What Happened to Sex Trafficking? The New Moral Panic of Men, Boys and Fish in the Mekong Region
August 29, 2019
On trafficking survivors: biolegitimacy and multiplications of life
July 16, 2019
Is anti-trafficking dead?
Migration Conferences, Europe
June 4, 2019
Book review: Capitalism Disrupted: Precarity and Struggle in a Southeast Asian Industrial Zone
December 13, 2018
Hospitality within hostility: safe migration management in the Mekong
November 18, 2018
‘Humanitarianized’ Development? Anti‐trafficking Reconfigured
October 23, 2018
Brokered Safety: Labour Recruitment and Migration Assistance in the Mekong Region
July 30, 2018
Beyond anti‐trafficking? Rethinking migration management in Asia
June 13, 2018
Sydney Ideas - Beyond Trafficking and Modern Slavery?
April 9, 2018