Anti-Trafficking and Comparative Perspectives of Migrant Abuse

 From the London School of Economics blog on American Politics and Policy:  my new post on migrant protections and a comparative perspective on anti-trafficking policies.  In it I argue that antitrafficking measures should address the entire spectrum of how migrants can be abused and offer protections to a range of migrant workers who are exploited — not just the most extreme cases.  Click here for the full article