Child Trafficking, Youth Labour Mobility and the Politics of Protection (Palgrave Studies on Children and Development)

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This book provides the first overarching, empirically grounded, critical analysis of child trafficking as an idea, ordering principle, and artefact of politics. It examines (once) hegemonic anti-child trafficking discourse, policy and practice, and does so by placing secondary literature from around the world in conversation the author’s paradigmatic case study of the situation in southern Benin. It deconstructs the child trafficking paradigm, contrasts it with ‘real’ histories of child and youth labour and mobility, and seeks to explain it by going ‘inside’ the anti-trafficking field. In doing so, Howard tells a gripping story of ideology at work. 

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Neil Howard is Marie Curie Fellow at the European University Institute in Florence, Italy. His research combines political economy and political anthropology to examine the political, economic and ideological construction of human trafficking and forced labour, and to analyse how, why and whether policy-makers are active in this construction. He has worked with and advised both the ILO and ITUC, and is a Founder-Editor at openDemocracy’s ‘Beyond Trafficking and Slavery.’

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