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The Impact of COVID-19 on Survivors of Human Trafficking in Kenya: A Participatory Approach (2021)
Journal Article
Brady, E., McCabe, H., Otiende, S., Baya, R., Manji, Y., Sorby, R., …Muhunyo, M. (2021). The Impact of COVID-19 on Survivors of Human Trafficking in Kenya: A Participatory Approach. Journal of Modern Slavery, 6(2), 247-266

Researchers and practitioners are increasingly calling for the involvement of survivors of human trafficking at all levels of, and in all areas of, anti-trafficking research, policy, work and legislation. Although it is now quite common for survivors... Read More about The Impact of COVID-19 on Survivors of Human Trafficking in Kenya: A Participatory Approach.

Far from Clean: Labour Exploitation in the UK’s Hand Car Wash Sector (2021)
Book Chapter
Jardine, A., Trautrims, A., & Gardner, A. (2021). Far from Clean: Labour Exploitation in the UK’s Hand Car Wash Sector. In S. Gold, M. G. Arnold, J. N. Muthuri, & X. Rueda (Eds.), Base of the Pyramid Markets in Affluent Countries: Innovation and challenges to sustainability. Taylor & Francis (Routledge)

Hand car washing, the process of washing a vehicle by hand, is a relatively new business activity in the United Kingdom (UK). Prior to 2004, hand car washes (HCWs) were virtually non-existent (Clark & Colling, 2018). However, it is estimated that bet... Read More about Far from Clean: Labour Exploitation in the UK’s Hand Car Wash Sector.

Participatory Photography, Ethical Storytelling and Modern Slavery Survivor Voices: Adapting to COVID-19 (2021)
Book Chapter
Ali Haji, A., Baya, R., Brady, E., MCCABE, H., Manji, Y., & Otiende, S. (in press). Participatory Photography, Ethical Storytelling and Modern Slavery Survivor Voices: Adapting to COVID-19. In Corona Challenging Social Development. Springer

Conducting a truly participatory research project between partners in the Global North and Global South brings challenges in normal circumstances, yet when the COVID-19 pandemic forced our project to pause, we overcame multiple additional challenges... Read More about Participatory Photography, Ethical Storytelling and Modern Slavery Survivor Voices: Adapting to COVID-19.

Growing evidence of the interconnections between modern slavery, environmental degradation, and climate change (2021)
Journal Article
Decker Sparks, J. L., Boyd, D. S., Jackson, B., Ives, C. D., & Bales, K. (2021). Growing evidence of the interconnections between modern slavery, environmental degradation, and climate change. One Earth, 4(2), 181-191. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.oneear.2021.01.015

The modern slavery–environmental degradation–climate change nexus may threaten the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Globally, approximately 12.2 million workers are entrapped in modern slavery in environmentally degrading acti... Read More about Growing evidence of the interconnections between modern slavery, environmental degradation, and climate change.

After Enslavement Ends: Ensuring Redress for Victims (2020)
Book Chapter
Schwarz, K. (2020). After Enslavement Ends: Ensuring Redress for Victims. In K. Bales, & Z. Trodd (Eds.), The Antislavery Usable Past: History’s Lessons for How We End Slavery Today (133-156). Rights Lab, University of Nottingham

Modern slavery responses need international business scholarship (2020)
Journal Article
Trautrims, A. (2020). Modern slavery responses need international business scholarship. AIB Insights, 20(2), https://doi.org/10.46697/001c.13539

Modern slavery challenges our traditional approaches to business and business research. It questions a puristic focus on financial profits and some of the commonly used mechanisms in global supply chains such as outsourcing and the creation of long -... Read More about Modern slavery responses need international business scholarship.

Multinational corporations and human rights violations in emerging economies: does commitment to social and environmental responsibility matter? (2020)
Journal Article
Ullah, S., Adams, K., Adams, D., & Attah-Boakye, R. (2021). Multinational corporations and human rights violations in emerging economies: does commitment to social and environmental responsibility matter?. Journal of Environmental Management, 280, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jenvman.2020.111689

With the surge in economic growth in the global-north visa -vis social and economic inequalities in the global-south (north-south dichotomy), there is an increasing requirement for critical research and an examination of the policy implications with... Read More about Multinational corporations and human rights violations in emerging economies: does commitment to social and environmental responsibility matter?.

The UK construction and facilities management sector's response to the Modern Slavery Act: An intra-industry initiative against modern slavery (2020)
Journal Article
Trautrims, A., Gold, S., Emberson, C., Touboulic, A., & Carter, H. (2020). The UK construction and facilities management sector's response to the Modern Slavery Act: An intra-industry initiative against modern slavery. Business Strategy and Development, https://doi.org/10.1002/bsd2.158

© 2020 The Authors. Business Strategy and Development published by ERP Environment and John Wiley & Sons Ltd The United Kingdom's Modern Slavery Act exposed companies to a new ethical challenge in their supply chains. An estimated 40.3 million peop... Read More about The UK construction and facilities management sector's response to the Modern Slavery Act: An intra-industry initiative against modern slavery.

Investigating the potential of radar interferometry for monitoring rural artisanal cobalt mines in the democratic republic of the congo (2020)
Journal Article
Brown, C., Daniels, A., Boyd, D. S., Sowter, A., Foody, G., & Kara, S. (2020). Investigating the potential of radar interferometry for monitoring rural artisanal cobalt mines in the democratic republic of the congo. Sustainability, 12(23), https://doi.org/10.3390/su12239834

© 2020 by the authors. Licensee MDPI, Basel, Switzerland. Greater awareness of the serious human rights abuses associated with the extraction and trade of cobalt in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) has applied increasing pressure for busine... Read More about Investigating the potential of radar interferometry for monitoring rural artisanal cobalt mines in the democratic republic of the congo.

Remote sensing of fish-processing in the Sundarbans Reserve Forest, Bangladesh: an insight into the modern slavery-environment nexus in the coastal fringe (2020)
Journal Article
Jackson, B., Boyd, D. S., Ives, C. D., Decker Sparks, J. L., Foody, G. M., Marsh, S., & Bales, K. (2020). Remote sensing of fish-processing in the Sundarbans Reserve Forest, Bangladesh: an insight into the modern slavery-environment nexus in the coastal fringe. Maritime Studies, 19(4), 429–444. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40152-020-00199-7

© 2020, The Author(s). Land-based fish-processing activities in coastal fringe areas and their social-ecological impacts have often been overlooked by marine scientists and antislavery groups. Using remote sensing methods, the location and impacts of... Read More about Remote sensing of fish-processing in the Sundarbans Reserve Forest, Bangladesh: an insight into the modern slavery-environment nexus in the coastal fringe.

Forced Marriage Real Simple (2020)
Journal Article
Baumeister, H. (2020). Forced Marriage Real Simple. Journal of Human Trafficking, Enslavement and Conflict-Related Sexual Violence, 1(1), 25-47. https://doi.org/10.7590/266644720x15989693725685

The concepts of 'real rape' and 'real rape victim' play a key role in the reporting and prosecution of rape cases and strongly influence their outcomes. Similar biases and misconceptions obscure other acts of gender-based violence such as forced marr... Read More about Forced Marriage Real Simple.

Collapsing the Boundaries between De Jure and De Facto Slavery: The Foundations of Slavery beyond the Transatlantic Frame (2020)
Journal Article
Schwarz, K., & Nicholson, A. (2020). Collapsing the Boundaries between De Jure and De Facto Slavery: The Foundations of Slavery beyond the Transatlantic Frame. Human Rights Review, 21, 391-414. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12142-020-00604-y

The identification of contemporary forms of slavery is often problematically demarcated by reference to transatlantic enslavement as the definitive archetype. Such an approach overlooks other historic slaveries and neglects the totality of the maanga... Read More about Collapsing the Boundaries between De Jure and De Facto Slavery: The Foundations of Slavery beyond the Transatlantic Frame.

The Modern Slavery (Victim Support) Bill: a cost-benefit analysis (2020)
Other
Nicholson, A., Schwarz, K., Landman, T., & Griffith, A. (2020). The Modern Slavery (Victim Support) Bill: a cost-benefit analysis. Nottingham

This report provides an analysis of the costs and benefits of extending support to adult conclusive victims of human trafficking in England and Wales for 12 months after exiting the National Referral Mechanism (NRM), the UK’s identification and suppo... Read More about The Modern Slavery (Victim Support) Bill: a cost-benefit analysis.

Building Slavery-free Communities: A Resilience Framework (2020)
Journal Article
Gardner, A., Northall, P., & Brewster, B. (2020). Building Slavery-free Communities: A Resilience Framework. Journal of Human Trafficking, 7(3), 338-353. https://doi.org/10.1080/23322705.2020.1777828

There is growing interest in the use of community-based approaches to address the causes of modern slavery and the related goal of building anti-slavery 'resilience'. However, the concept of resilience is often poorly understood and applied without a... Read More about Building Slavery-free Communities: A Resilience Framework.