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Las Percepciones De La Salud Mental Y Su Evolución, Rebecca Gourevitch 2010 SIT Study Abroad

Las Percepciones De La Salud Mental Y Su Evolución, Rebecca Gourevitch

Independent Study Project (ISP) Collection

Background: Previous literature has identified a strong stigma against mental health patients in many parts of Latin America, which can serve as a deterrent to seeking help for mental health (Acuña 2005; López 2008; Vicente 2007). The resulting lack of attention to one’s mental health can not only exacerbate mental illnesses but also impede proper attention to one’s physical health (Prince 2007). Therefore, combating this stigma is an important step to improving the health of a population. Some of the most effective strategies for combating the stigma are education, social interaction, and integrating mental health services into primary ...


Dominicans In New York City 1990—2008, Howard Caro-López, Laura Limonic 2010 Center for Latin American, Caribbean, and Latino Studies

Dominicans In New York City 1990—2008, Howard Caro-López, Laura Limonic

Center for Latin American, Caribbean, and Latino Studies

Introduction: This report examines demographic and socioeconomic variables among different racial/ethnic groups in New York City between 1990 and 2008 – particularly the Dominican population.

Methods: Data on Latinos and other racial/ethnic groups were obtained from the U.S. Census Bureau American Community Survey, reorganized for public use by the Minnesota Population Center, University of Minnesota, IPUMSusa. Cases in the dataset were weighted and analyzed to produce population estimates.

Results: Between 1990 and 2008 the Dominican population of New York City increased to become the second largest Latino national sub-group behind Puerto Ricans. The Dominican population grew by nearly ...


Conference Program: Second Annual Interdisciplinary Conference On Human Trafficking, 2010 University of Nebraska - Lincoln

Conference Program: Second Annual Interdisciplinary Conference On Human Trafficking

Second Annual Interdisciplinary Conference on Human Trafficking, 2010

Sessions and speakers


Novels, Public Policy And Anti-Trafficking Efforts, Donna M. Bickford 2010 Carolina Women’s Center

Novels, Public Policy And Anti-Trafficking Efforts, Donna M. Bickford

Second Annual Interdisciplinary Conference on Human Trafficking, 2010

The discourses on trafficking circulating in the public sphere help construct public response. Representational strategies in literature offer mechanisms to inform how we think about and wrestle with complex issues. So, as we’re thinking about what we know and what we need to know, it’s important to also think about how we know, and to acknowledge that representations have impact and symbolic power. Although human trafficking encompasses both sex and labor trafficking, in the U.S. we have seen the most attention paid to sex trafficking; no wonder, then, that our cultural products reflect that emphasis. Documentary films ...


The Role And Global Impact Of The U.S. Trafficking In Persons Report, Noam Perry 2010 Northeastern University

The Role And Global Impact Of The U.S. Trafficking In Persons Report, Noam Perry

Second Annual Interdisciplinary Conference on Human Trafficking, 2010

Research questions

Influence of U.S. foreign policy on:
Anti-trafficking policies in different countries.
Anti-trafficking policies in the U.S.
Global and local discourse on human trafficking.

Research conducted through in-depth interviews with various stakeholders, supplemented by media coverage and archives.

Talk outline:
Crash course on the Trafficking in Persons Report.
Macro analysis of past reports.
Preliminary results from Israeli case study.


A Protocol Against Trafficking In Persons: Is It Enough? The Impact Of A Trafficking Treaty, Michelle Forrest 2010 Santa Clara University School of Law

A Protocol Against Trafficking In Persons: Is It Enough? The Impact Of A Trafficking Treaty, Michelle Forrest

Second Annual Interdisciplinary Conference on Human Trafficking, 2010

What has been done?
UN Convention against Transnational Organized Crime
-Sept. 29, 2003, by the UN General Assembly

Action against/Convention on Trafficking in Human Beings
-Feb. 1, 2008 by the Council of Europe

Victims of Trafficking and Violence Protection Act of 2000
-January, 2006, by US Congress


Media Representation And Human Trafficking: How Anti-Trafficking Discourse Affects Trafficked Persons, Caroline S. Wallinger 2010 Arizona State University

Media Representation And Human Trafficking: How Anti-Trafficking Discourse Affects Trafficked Persons, Caroline S. Wallinger

Second Annual Interdisciplinary Conference on Human Trafficking, 2010

Competing representations of human trafficking in the media and within the movement have contributed to a general confusion of public perceptions of human trafficking as a social phenomenon. Various activist and political groups have, over the years, divided, delineated and classified trafficking into a series of categories including sex trafficking, labor trafficking and child exploitation. These categories have become an integral part of the collective understanding of human trafficking and they have played a primary role in the crafting of national and international anti-trafficking legislation.

This paper stems from a master‘s thesis which analyzes the discourse on human trafficking ...


Sex Trafficking Of Minors In The U.S.:Implications For Policy, Prevention And Research, Kim Kotrla 2010 Baylor University

Sex Trafficking Of Minors In The U.S.:Implications For Policy, Prevention And Research, Kim Kotrla

Second Annual Interdisciplinary Conference on Human Trafficking, 2010

Goals of Session
•Present findings from analysis of 115 cases of minor sex trafficking involving 153 victims
•Discuss implications for policy, practice and prevention

Summary and Purpose of Study
•At least 100,000 U.S. minors trafficked with up to 325,000 more at risk
•Growing awareness about issue
•Limited data about victims themselves
•Present study an attempt to learn more about characteristics of minors trafficked in U.S. for commercial sexual exploitation
•Implications for policy and practice

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Mavericks Or Allies: The Role Of Faith-Based Organizations In The Anti-Trafficking Movement, Sarabeth Harrelson 2010 University of Denver

Mavericks Or Allies: The Role Of Faith-Based Organizations In The Anti-Trafficking Movement, Sarabeth Harrelson

Second Annual Interdisciplinary Conference on Human Trafficking, 2010

As awareness of trafficking in persons (TIP) and contemporary slavery has grown over the past twenty years, so has the number of organizations forming the modern abolition movement. From vast international organizations like the United Nations (UN) to local rehabilitation centers working with four to five trafficking victims in Nepal, organizations vary drastically in their mission, size, range of influence, and perspective. Among non-governmental organizations (NGO), common activities include raising awareness and financial support, researching TIP, providing victims services, and advocating for specific policy outcomes at local, national, and international levels. Further complicating the relationship between all of these organizations ...


Re-Considering Trafficking In Human Beings, Kiril Sharapov 2010 Glasgow Caledonian University

Re-Considering Trafficking In Human Beings, Kiril Sharapov

Second Annual Interdisciplinary Conference on Human Trafficking, 2010

Trafficking in Human Beings:
- Part of the larger system of exploitation of bodies and labour of others for the benefit of capitalist economies driven by consumption
- Reflects the working of the power relations of the neo-liberal capitalist dominance
- Reflects deep philosophical and practical contradictions between sustainability, respect for human rights and capitalism‟s mode of production
- Is a symptom of the larger system of globalised exploitation of gendered and radicalised labour.
- Cannot be eliminated on a symptomatic level
- A long lasting solution: tighter state regulation of labour practices and critical consciousness among members of the general public attuned to local ...


Evidence Based Programming: A Case Study, 2007 – 2010, Phnom Penh Cambodia, Luke Bearup 2010 World Vision US, Children in Crisis Regional Coordinator, Asia Pacific Regional Office

Evidence Based Programming: A Case Study, 2007 – 2010, Phnom Penh Cambodia, Luke Bearup

Second Annual Interdisciplinary Conference on Human Trafficking, 2010

The Learning to Impact the Forgotten and Excluded (LIFE) Initiative was undertaken by World Vision US between 2007 and 2010 in Albania, Georgia, Cambodia, India, Myanmar and Mexico. The project aimed to develop a basket of evidence based practices within the field of child protection. The project in Cambodia described herein was undertaken in partnership with the Johns Hopkins University (JHU), Applied Mental Health Research Group.

In August 2007, in collaboration with students of the Sociology Department at the Royal University of Phnom Penh, a qualitative study was undertaken with survivors of trafficking, sexual abuse and commercial sexual exploitation (CSE ...


A Market Analysis Of Human Trafficking Systems, Dwayne Ball, Julie Pennington, Ronald Hampton, Anh Nguyen 2010 University of Nebraska - Lincoln

A Market Analysis Of Human Trafficking Systems, Dwayne Ball, Julie Pennington, Ronald Hampton, Anh Nguyen

Second Annual Interdisciplinary Conference on Human Trafficking, 2010

IF YOU UNDERSTAND A MARKETING SYSTEM, YOU CAN UNDERSTAND HOW TO DISRUPT IT.
HUMAN TRAFFICKING AS A MARKETING SYSTEM

Environments in which it operates

Boundaries
physical
in terms of its inputs and outputs

Nodes at which the “product” is
recruited
transported
transformed
exploited
disposed of

Roles of various players
Exchanges
Profit allocations
Structures; governance
Ownership flows
Dynamic mutability
Outcomes to all involved and society as a whole

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“Stop Violence Against Us!” -- Rape And Trafficking, Glenn Miles 2010 Director of Prevention, Love146

“Stop Violence Against Us!” -- Rape And Trafficking, Glenn Miles

Second Annual Interdisciplinary Conference on Human Trafficking, 2010

Objectives
1.To provide information from children about violence against children to key decision makers in Government, International Organizations, and NGO‟s.
2.To find out children‟s perceptions and misconceptions so that appropriate education can be provided to children and youth.

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Baseline Survey With Masseur Boys In Mumbai, Jasmir Thakur, Glenn Miles 2010 Sambhavana Society

Baseline Survey With Masseur Boys In Mumbai, Jasmir Thakur, Glenn Miles

Second Annual Interdisciplinary Conference on Human Trafficking, 2010

The purpose of this research is to determine risk factors of boys who have been sexually exploited in the masseur trade in Mumbai. In addition a follow up survey will be conducted after a year to see if any behaviors have changed based on available soft skill and vocational training. In addition it is hoped that this research will inspire and encourage the NGO and research to take this issue seriously.

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A Survey Of Child Sex Tourism In The Philippines, Carmen R. Zafft, Sriyani Tidball 2010 University of Nebraska - Lincoln

A Survey Of Child Sex Tourism In The Philippines, Carmen R. Zafft, Sriyani Tidball

Second Annual Interdisciplinary Conference on Human Trafficking, 2010

Child sex tourism is an obscure industry where the tourist's primary purpose is to engage in a sexual experience with a child. Under international legislation, tourism with the intent of having sexual relations with a minor is in violation of the UN Convention of the Rights of a Child. The intent and act is a crime and in violation of human rights. This paper examines child sex tourism in the Philippines, a major destination country for the purposes of child prostitution. The purpose is to bring attention to the atrocities that occur under the guise of tourism. It offers ...


The Colorado Community Needs Assessment And Capacity Building Project, AnnJanette Alejano-Steele, Amanda Finger, Rhonda Young 2010 University of Nebraska - Lincoln

The Colorado Community Needs Assessment And Capacity Building Project, Annjanette Alejano-Steele, Amanda Finger, Rhonda Young

Second Annual Interdisciplinary Conference on Human Trafficking, 2010

Objectives for Session

Why Community-Based Research?
Goals & History of the Colorado Community Needs Assessment Project
Community Impact & Future Directions

Research Question: How do we assess community capacity to address human trafficking?


Collaborating Against Human Trafficking, Kirsten Foot, Amoshaun Toft 2010 University of Washington

Collaborating Against Human Trafficking, Kirsten Foot, Amoshaun Toft

Second Annual Interdisciplinary Conference on Human Trafficking, 2010

Anti-Human Trafficking (AT) Efforts

Assessed as lacking coordination across sectors and levels of intervention, and between source, transit, and destination countries
Understudied (Laczko, 2005, Mattar, 2004, Schauer and Wheaton, 2006)
Overarching aims of research: 1) Map AT efforts longitudinally & developmentally; 2) Trace collaboration; and 3) Catalyze collaboration by illuminating good practices in robust multi-sector coalitions

Methods

1. Database of AT Actors’ Websites
2. Hyperlink Analysis of AT Web Real Estate and Link Neighborhoods
3. Content Analysis of AT Actors’ Websites
4. Participant Observation in Multi-Sector Coalitions

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From Pseudoscience To Protoscience: Estimating Human Trafficking And Modern Forms Of Slavery, Amanda J. Gould 2010 University of Denver

From Pseudoscience To Protoscience: Estimating Human Trafficking And Modern Forms Of Slavery, Amanda J. Gould

Second Annual Interdisciplinary Conference on Human Trafficking, 2010

Scholars and authors in the field of human trafficking and modern slavery are quick to note the problem of estimating the number of victims. Their works are usually devoid of an appropriate explanation, though, of why there is a problem. Many recognise victims are part of a hidden population and know that they cannot simply be counted. From this they assume that estimates are inherently unreliable. The problem here is not that there are only estimates, but that the estimates are based on either faulty grounds or no apparent methodology at all. Estimation techniques are common in many fields including ...


Human Trafficking Is Used For Recruiting Terrorists, Bekir Cinar 2010 Epoka University, Albania

Human Trafficking Is Used For Recruiting Terrorists, Bekir Cinar

Second Annual Interdisciplinary Conference on Human Trafficking, 2010

Human trafficking is defined as "it involves the exploitation of people through force, coercion, threat, or deception and includes human rights abuses such as debt bondage, deprivation of liberty, or lack of control over freedom and labor" (Unclassified 2005). According to the Protocol (UN Protocol to Prevent, Suppress and Punish Trafficking in Persons, especially Women and Children) Human trafficking defines as "illegal trade of human beings, through abduction, the use or threat of force, deception, fraud, or 'sale' for the purposes of sexual exploitation or forced labor" (Unclassified 2005). It is clear that human trafficking is an illegal criminal activity ...


Enforcing The Tipplea Act To Curb Emerging Trends In Human Trafficking: A Study Of The Baby Trade In South East Nigeria, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, Anigbogu Maduka 2010 National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP)

Enforcing The Tipplea Act To Curb Emerging Trends In Human Trafficking: A Study Of The Baby Trade In South East Nigeria, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, Anigbogu Maduka

Second Annual Interdisciplinary Conference on Human Trafficking, 2010

•The area of this study is the south east zone of Nigeria, comprising of five states –Abia, Anambra, Ebonyi, Enugu and Imo states. Abiastate is bounded by Akwaibomstate , Rivers and Cross river state in the South South zone, Imo and Ebonyistate in the south east zone
•Imo is integrated and bounded all the south eastern states, Enugu is bounded by Benue state in the north central zone, Ebonyistate is bounded by cross river state, within 80 km to the boundary of Cameroun
•Population of this study is made up 200 pregnant teenager victims of human trafficking rescued by NAPTIP in ...


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