"Behind the scenes" of human trafficking: Causes and processes involved in the criminal trade of humans

26.04.2022 - 15:45 bis 27.04.2022 - 12:30
(Online via Zoom)
Art der Veranstaltung: 


This DeZIM workshop is primarily for researchers of the DeZIM institute and researchers of the DeZIM Research Community. The MZES is a member institution of the DeZIM Research Community.


Dr. Sandra Morgenstern and Dr. Julia Kleinewiese (both MZES).


  • Prof. Cecilia Hyunjung Mo, University of California Berkely, Quantitative Research on Preventing Human Trafficking, Continent focus: Asia
  • Prof. Zbigniew Lasocik, University of Warsaw, Head of the Human Trafficking Research Center, Qualitative Research on Combating Human Trafficking, Continent focus: Europe
  • Jun.-Prof. Soledad Álvarez Velasco, Human Smuggling in contrast to trafficking, Continent focus: Latin America

Workshop goal:

The aim of the workshop is to provide participants with an overview of the current state of research on the topic of human trafficking (by providing examples from different regions) and to connect researchers interested in the topic across research institutes and research disciplines. After the workshop, the participants should be able to understand the topic from different perspectives and have a better understanding of which research methods can be used to approach the topic of human trafficking.

Schedule and Registration:

Please see links below. Spots are limited. After registration you will receive a confirmation email within the next few days.

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