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Human Trafficking Center

Associate Working Papers

Throughout their time at the Josef Korbel School of International Studies, our research associates produce meaningful research papers and projects on a variety on subjects within human trafficking studies. These papers are the product of graduate-level coursework at the University of Denver and are not peer-reviewed.

 

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Criminal or Victim? (Ryan Goehrung)

Raids, Rescues, and Rehabilitation: Rethinking Anti-Trafficking Interventions (Dana Bruxvoort)

Principles over People: Abolitionist Feminism and Human Trafficking (Ryan Beck Turner)

The Viability of Peer Involvement as an HIV Prevention Strategy Among Homeless Youth Vulnerable to Commercial Sexual Exploitation in Denver (Elizabeth Harrell)

Central Asian Migrant Workers and Forced Labor in the Russian Federation (Peter Rocco)

Gaps in the Net of Evidence. The Need for Conducting Empirical Research on Human Trafficking from and within Refugee Camps (Silvia Tamminen) 

Racism, Statelessness, Sugar, and the Plight of Haitians Living in the Dominican Republic (Kenneth Hood)

War, Peacekeeping, and the Trade in Women (Krasi Shapkarova)