16th Annual International Conference on Sociology
|Human Labour and Sex Trafficking|
Dr. George S. Tsagaris, Deputy Head, Sociology Unit, ATINER & Associate Professor, School of Social Work, Cleveland State University, USA.
The purpose of this stream is to bring together researchers who have conducted studies on human labour and sex trafficking. Human trafficking is a global issue involving many cultural, socio-political, socio-economic, and geographic regions worldwide. Human trafficking as a historical event has existed in ancient history and is viewed today as “a modern-day version of slavery.” The victims of human labour and sex trafficking include individuals of all ages – women, children, and men. This stream addresses the global sociological implications of human labour and sex trafficking from a global perspective, including the socio-economic, sociopolitical, and socio-economic implications. The primary invitees are researchers who have studied the cultural, socio-political, and socio-economic implications of human trafficking both historically and including ancient history and modern-day implications. This stream will also explore the multiple disciplines and topical areas that may include a global and historical perspective (past and present), business and economics, socio-political and cultural issues across geographic boundaries. There are well-known coalitions and initiatives also addressing this global issue.
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