Kamala Kempadoo is Professor in the Department of Social Science at York University in Toronto, Canada. She has been working on the issue of sex work and trafficking since the early 1990s, and has published widely on both from critical antiracist and transnational feminist perspectives.
What is trafficking in a region built on exploitation? Thoughts from the Caribbean
Anti-trafficking law seeks to eradicate what European colonisers once set out to achieve, and the Caribbean has been...
Publicado en: Sobre trata y esclavitudRevisitando la «carga del hombre blanco»
La lucha contra la trata de personas es un movimiento imperialista contemporáneo que supone que «occidente» salvará...
What’s the difference between having no choice and being forced to choose?
The history of indentured workers in the Caribbean has a lot to teach us about ‘human trafficking’ today.
The white man’s burden revisited
The war on trafficking is a contemporary imperialist move that involves ‘the West’ saving ‘the rest’, appearing as a...