End the system of forced rescue and institutionalisation in India
India’s new Trafficking in Persons Bill, 2018 repeats the mistakes of its predecessor.
Scandals in sex worker rescue shelters: is ‘awful’ distracting from ‘lawful’?
How should we channel concern over the growing number of anti-trafficking scandals?
Published in: Sobre trata y esclavitudMás allá de las operaciones de «redada y rescate»: es hora de reconocer el daño que se está causando
Las operaciones de redada y rescate se retratan muy a menudo como esfuerzos heroicos para salvar a personas...
A recipe for injustice: India’s new trafficking bill expands a troubled rescue, rehabilitation, and repatriation framework
India’s proposed trafficking in persons bill replicates the flaws of the existing framework. It must be re-written...
Interview: forced rescue and humanitarian trafficking
Many anti-trafficking oragnisations prioritise donor preferences over actually improving the lives of 'vitcims'.
Beyond ‘raid and rescue’: time to acknowledge the damage being done
Raid and rescue operations are widely portrayed as heroic efforts to save the innocent from the evil. But, as this...