July 16, 2012

(Mis)understanding Human Trafficking: Labor Law, Migration, and Human Rights

Open Society Fellow Janie Chuang has spent the past year researching whether reframing human trafficking as a labor migration problem can lead to more appropriate policymaking in both countries of origin and destination. In this wide-ranging and provocative discussion, she identifies the limits of existing labor laws as tools to address extreme labor exploitation and suggests promising solutions.

Date: July 16, 2012
Time: 12:15 p.m.
Location

OSI-New York

Speakers: 
Janie Chuang and Maria Teresa Rojas
Audio