Anti-trafficking legislation: protection or deportation?

Niki Adams, “Anti-trafficking legislation: protection or deportation?” Feminist Review 73(1):135, 2003

No abstract available. Opening paragraph:

“In November 2002, under the guise of protecting women from violence and exploitation, new legislation against trafficking was introduced by the UK government as part of the Nationality, Immigration and Asylum Bill. Yet experience has shown that anti-trafficking legislation and initiatives are most often used to deport women. Feminists have either initiated or supported such moves, refusing to admit their effect on the women they are supposed to protect.”

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