Embracing a Global Perspective on Home and Homelessness
The Anti-Trafficking Review is a trailblazing academic journal dedicated to unraveling the intricate web of human trafficking. As the first open access, peer-reviewed publication of its kind, it delves deep into the intersections of gender, labor, migration, and trafficking, going beyond surface-level analysis. Each issue uncovers emerging or overlooked themes, providing profound insights into anti-trafficking responses at various levels.
With a global perspective, the Anti-Trafficking Review captures the diversity of regions and illuminates commonalities, differences, and disconnects in anti-trafficking efforts. By doing so, it significantly contributes to achieving Sustainable Development Goals such as Gender Equality (Goal 5), Decent Work and Economic Growth (Goal 8), and Peace, Justice, and Strong Institutions (Goal 16).
Latest issue (No. 20: Special Issue – Home and Homelessness)
The journal explores the intricate links between housing, homelessness, migration, and exploitation. Through a collection of captivating research articles, marginalized voices are amplified, and the failures of immigration, criminal justice, and social welfare systems are critically examined. This issue reminds us of the urgent need to prioritize not just shelter, but the fundamental concept of home.
Join us on a journey of thought-provoking research as we invite you to explore this latest issue through immersive audio recordings by the authors themselves. These captivating recordings offer a glimpse into groundbreaking studies featured in the journal.
Leon et al.
Discover Leon et al.’s research on “‘I’m Scared to Death to Try It on My Own’: I-Poems and the complexities of religious housing support for people on the US sex offender registry.” Gain insight into the challenges faced by individuals seeking religious housing support while on the sex offender registry in the United States.
Listen to Leon et al.’s audio here.
Raby et al.
Embark on a journey with Raby et al. as they examine the barriers encountered by survivors of human trafficking and slavery in Australia in their research titled “‘No Income, Temporary Visa, and Too Many Triggers’: Barriers in accommodating survivors of human trafficking and slavery in Australia.” Gain insight into the obstacles they face when accessing suitable accommodation.
Listen to Raby et al.’s audio here.
Shdaimah et al.
Join Shdaimah et al. in their study on “Of House and Home: The meanings of housing for women engaged in criminalized street-based sex work” as they unravel the profound significance of housing for women involved in street-based sex work. Explore the complexities and implications of their living conditions.
Listen to Shdaimah et al.’s audio here.
Through these immersive audio recordings, you’ll gain a deeper understanding of the multifaceted dimensions of human trafficking and the pressing need for innovative solutions. Join us on Acaudio as we engage with these research insights, striving to create a world where safety, justice, and a true sense of home are accessible to all.
Stay tuned for more groundbreaking discoveries and research updates. Together, let’s make a difference in the fight against human trafficking and create a world where every individual can thrive.
Read the latest issue here.
Anti-Trafficking Review. (n.d.). Antitraffickingreview.org. Retrieved May 19, 2023, from https://antitraffickingreview.org/index.php/atrjournal/index
Leon, C., Buckridge, M., & Herdoíza, M. (2023). ‘I’m Scared to Death to Try It on My Own’: I-Poems and the complexities of religious housing support for people on the US sex offender registry. Anti-Trafficking Review, (20), 144–160. https://doi.org/10.14197/atr.201223209
Raby, K., Chazal, N., Garcia-Daza, L., & Mebalds, G. (2023). ‘No Income, Temporary Visa, and Too Many Triggers’: Barriers in accommodating survivors of human trafficking and slavery in Australia. Anti-Trafficking Review, (20), 92–110. https://doi.org/10.14197/atr.201223206
Shdaimah, C., Franke, N., Becker, T., & Leon, C. (2023). Of House and Home: The meanings of housing for women engaged in criminalised street-based sex work. Anti-Trafficking Review, (20), 54–74. https://doi.org/10.14197/atr.201223204