Letizia Palumbo is a Senior Research Fellow at Ca’ Foscari University of Venice in Italy and the coordinator of the Work Package on Trafficking for the H2020 project Vulner. Her research interests include migration, labour exploitation, human trafficking, human rights and women’s rights.
Publicado en: Migrant Futures: OpinionItaly’s problem is not labour shortages, but a shortage of workers’ rights
The country’s scheme to regularise the status of its undocumented migrant workers, prompted by the pandemic, has...
Publicado en: Migrant FuturesKeeping the Italian agri-food system alive: Migrant farmworkers wanted!
In the Italian agri-food sector there is not a labour shortage, but a shortage of rights for workers.
Publicado en: democraciaAbiertaLa necesidad de un enfoque de género para abordar la explotación y la trata de personas
La victimización de las mujeres sigue siendo predominante en las políticas y el discurso sobre la trata de personas....
Why show your cards? The problem of transparency in agricultural supply chains
Governments promote transparency as a method of tackling exploitation, however the Italian agricultural sector...
Addressing severe exploitation: a critical view of awareness and transparency initiatives
Awareness and transparency initiatives are thought to be vital tools in the fight against labour exploitation and...
The need for a gendered approach to exploitation and trafficking
Victimisation of women is still dominant in policies and discourse on trafficking. Could a gendered approach that...