Beyond Borders: Exploring Links between Trafficking, Globalisation, and Security

The report Beyond Borders: Exploring Links between Trafficking, Globalisation, and Security identifies the ways in which globalization (through structural adjustment, global competition and trade liberalization) and security discourse impact the human rights of migrants and trafficked persons and offers recommendations on how anti-trafficking strategies can engage in these areas to maximize the human rights of trafficked persons.

The paper, co-authored by Jayne Huckerby and April Gu at the International Human Rights Clinic/CHRGJ, is part of the Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women (GAATW) Working Paper Series which explores links between trafficking and migration; trafficking and labor; trafficking and gender; and trafficking, globalization, and security.