Cameron Thibos is the managing editor of Beyond Trafficking and Slavery. He is a former research associate at the Migration Policy Centre of the European University Institute in Florence, Italy, and holds a D.Phil from the Department of International Development at the University of Oxford.
The fight to decriminalise sex work
COVID-19 threatens both the lives and livelihoods of sex workers yet governments look the other way. A new...
Feminist politics and a case for basic income
Wages do not compensate workers, and especially women, for most of the work they do. A basic income could change that.
Confronting the root causes of forced labour: where do we go from here?
A lot of work remains to be done in order to end forced labour. Thankfully, organisers and advocates around the...
Confronting the root causes of forced labour: governance gaps
Governance gaps help employers push problems of forced labour even deeper into the shadows of supply chains.
Confronting the root causes of forced labour: irresponsible sourcing practices
Forced labour is illegal and its risks are widely documented. Yet so many companies continue to use irresponsible...
Confronting the root causes of forced labour: outsourcing
Outsourcing allows big brands to distance themselves from big human rights abuses, including forced labour.