Unlawful workers: Exploitation and regulation

Temporary migration and family violence: report launch

Associate Professor Marie Segrave launched her report Temporary migration and family violence: An analysis of victimisation, vulnerability and support on Thursday 12 October, at Monash Law Chambers. The research was conducted in partnership with InTouch Multicultural Centre Against Family Violence, and is the first major study examining the intersection of temporary migration status and family violence.…

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New book publication by BOb researchers 'Sex Trafficking & Modern Slavery: The Absence of Evidence'

Marie Segrave with Sanja Milivojevic and Sharon Pickering have a new book publication through Routledge titled Sex Trafficking and Modern Slavery: The absence of evidence debunking myths and examining contemporary counter trafficking strategies across Australia, Thailand and Serbia. This is the second volume following  Sex Trafficking: International context and response from the authors published in 2009. …

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Monash leads recommendations on migrant labour exploitation

In June, Assoc.Prof. Marie Segrave, with Dr Laurie Berg (UTS) and Dr Stephen Clibborn (University of Sydney) prepared a list of recommendations for the Working Group on Migrant Labour Exploitation, as part of the Roundtable on Human Trafficking and Slavery. Their seven recommendations draw on their collective research with migrant workers in Australia and point to critical issues for…

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BOb submission to NSW Legislative Council Select Committee on Human Trafficking

BOb researchers Associate Professor Marie Segrave (Monash), Professor Sharon Pickering (Monash) and Dr Sanja Milivojevic (LaTrobe) have recently drafted a submission to the NSW Legislative Council Select Committee on Human Trafficking’s inquiry into human trafficking in NSW. They have presented a series of six recommendations to the Committee for consideration which include a national consolidation…

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Human trafficking and forced labour special issue

Dr Marie Segrave, whose DECRA research is focused on irregular migrant labour, has co-edited, with Professor Nicola Piper, and Rebecca Napier-Moore (GAATW) a Special Issue of Anti-Trafficking Review, focused on forced labour and human trafficking. The issue includes papers that examine human trafficking, forced labour and slavery, as separate, and overlapping issues, drawing on research and analysis…

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BOb at the UNESCO Chair & Institute of Comparative Human Rights International Conference, USA

Marie Segrave was invited to present at the 15th Annual conference focused this year on Human Trafficking, Forced Labour and Exploitation, held at the University of Connecticut on October 21, 2015. Other invited speakers included Dr. Aidan McQuade, CEO of Anti-Slavery International and Ms. Gaynel Curry, Gender and Women’s Rights Advisor, United Nations Office of…

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New research on labor exploitation in Australia 2014-16

A big congratulations to BOb’s Dr Marie Segrave on the announcement of her win of an Australian Research Council, Discovery Early Career Research Award (DECRA) for 2014-16 to build on her research investigating labour exploitation in Australia hosted by BOb. Unlawful migrant labour has been identified as a significant issue for Australia, with estimates that…

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