Iman Hashim is a researcher who has worked on children's independent migration from rural north-eastern Ghana to rural and urban central Ghana. Her work focussed on the working lives of children in a farming community in north-eastern Ghana, as well as on community attitudes toward education and children's experiences of it. She has also worked for national and international non-governmental organisations, and is currently working for a UK charity that supports young people with drug and alcohol issues.
Published in: Beyond Trafficking and SlaveryPathologising young people’s movement
The independent movement of children is inevitably rendered as ‘trafficking’ due to core assumptions regarding what...