Emily Kenway is writer and a PhD scholar in social policy at Edinburgh University and is a former policy adviser. Her first book was ‘The Truth about Modern Slavery’ (Pluto, 2021) and her second will be on care (Hachette, 2023). She was a carer from 2017 to 2020.
Published in: Home: OpinionWhat do calls for ‘abolition’ really mean?
Demands to get rid of institutions like borders or policing sound utopian – but they're about improving things here and now
Published in: Beyond Trafficking and Slavery: AnalysisBorders, not traffickers, killed 46 people in Texas
From Essex to San Antonio, on land and at sea, migrants are suffering horrific deaths at the border. What’s it all for?
Published in: ourEconomy: OpinionFixing the UK’s care crisis must be about more than government funding
Family and friends will always play a vital role caring for loved ones. So why is the debate about care policy...
Published in: Beyond Trafficking and Slavery: InvestigationLost in translation: do anti-trafficking organisations reflect their employees' views on commercial sex?
What do staff at anti-trafficking organisations in the United Kingdom think about sex work? Are their personal...
Published in: Beyond Trafficking and Slavery: FeatureIt's time to get off the fence on sex workers’ rights
You cannot effectively combat human trafficking within the commercial sex sector without taking a stand on basic...
Published in: Beyond Trafficking and SlaveryA lorry-load of corpses in Essex, but no trafficking charges in court
Politicians were quick to label the discovery of 39 dead migrants in Essex in 2019 as trafficking, but that’s not...