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CCARHT Summer Symposium: The Several Rs of Trafficking Research

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University of Cambridge Judge Business School

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The CCARHT Summer Symposium 2019
The Several Rs of Trafficking Research.

Hosted at Judge Business School - University of Cambridge

July 1st to 5th 2019: Week long senior symposium.

July 6th: Extra Research Workshop and Masterclass for research development.





Monday Inscription: 10.30am registration - 6.30 pm close.

The Risks and Rewards of Human Trafficking

An update on the current state of the economics, business models and prosecution rates in the UK, and affiliated source countries.


Tuesday 9.30 am start - 6.00 pm close

Routes, Restrictions and Rights

The law of the sea, U.S. border matters, global movements, the rise of Nation State protectionism, safe routes, the right to migrate in safety.

Film Evening with discussion. 8.00 - 10.00pm (included in week ticket)


Wednesday 9.30 am - 6.00pm close * Conference Dinner.

Refugees, Registration, Reporting and Returns



Thursday 9.30 am - 6.30 pm close

Recruitment, Recovery, Resources and Religion.

Lover boy Eastern Europe, the deployment of ancient rituals of 'contract' West Africa, Cyber recruitment into on - line porn - global, exploitation of vulnerabilities.

The long term nature of psychological and social recovery.

From the registering of 'missing persons' to ensuring that minors are located in migratory movements, and that those in IDPs and Refugee camps are registered and brought meaningful citizenship.

The deployment of a range of resources to counter trafficking, and the role Religion now plays in both trafficking's manifestation and interdiction.

Just Sex Infusion Physical Theatre company present a bold fusion of contemporary dance and physical theatre outlining the deception and coercive control of Lover Boy recruitment for those pimped into prostitution and the ongoing chalenge of addressing demand. Limited tickets available for outside participation.

Panel 8.00 - 10.00pm: Representatives of the Swedish Police, Cambridgeshire Constabulary and members of our convened symposium. (included in week ticket)


Friday 9.30 - 6.00 pm

Removal (of Organs) and Remedy

Organ trafficking is changing across Europe, Latin America, Asia, Africa, the Middle East and the Far East. What is happening, how to effectively research what is occurring in this most hidden of crimes, and what governments can do to interdict its growth.

Remedy of the crime of human trafficking and modern slavery. Examples of new legislation and prosecution strategies to support financial remedy for victims of different types of trafficking, and how this plays back into the opening day of Risks and Rewards. Raising the costs of the trafficking enterprise.

Lunchtime visit to St John's Library and the Modern Slavery Exhibits

Evening - 7.30 pm Punting (if Fine) and Dinner at the Rupert Brooke in Grantchester.
Location of Rupert Brooke, Virginia Woolf, and the BBC Crime drama 'Grantchester'.

END of Week long Senior Symposium 5th July 6.00pm






Saturday Masterclass. - separately billed available as a single day. 10.00 - 5.00pm

Who is it for: Rising graduate and post-graduate researchers - English as the working language for this Masterclass and day of paper presentations and analysis.

Master classes and workshops on key issues arising for research - and how to address them

  • The ethics committee - doing no harm
  • Access to vulnerable persons / survivors
  • Building 'voice' into your model
  • Interviewing in constrained environments - prisons
  • Creating surveys - modelling, interrogation of data
  • Deploying social media in research
  • Designing participatory research
  • Hybrid research: qualitative and quantitative research
  • Shaping your proposal
  • Finding a supervisor
  • Locating potential partners for field work faciliation
  • CCARHT as a Research hub
  • Locatiing scholarships and support
  • Building your publication portfolio

This day is separately ticketted and designed particularly for rising graduate and post-graduate researchers breaking into the Trafficking research field. Early booking for this day is recommended, as we expect the take up for this bespoke day guided through by experienced researchers and Principal Investigators in Cambridge to be extremely popular.

For those wishing to undertake the ILM certification available for this Symposium Level 5 in Value based Leadership and Management there is separate additional ticketting to purchase to cover the costs of inscription and supervision. Please see the ticketing for clarification.


SUBMIT YOUR ABSTRACT FOR CONSIDERATION.

Any who believes their research is congruent with our schedule or aligned to the Several Rs of Trafficking, submit a 300 word synopsis, CV, and indicative publications aligned to the research. We shall be receiving until April 20th.

Acceptance includes coverage of days participation in the symposium and a reduced fee for the week.

Publication expected in a peer-reviewed combined paper journal for those accepted – curated by CCARHT.

Email all abstracts to symposium@ccarht.org.


FAQs

Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

Ages 20+

What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?

Cars need to be parked at park and ride facilities around Cambridge. Cycling and walking is advised for the centre of Cambridge. There are excellent rail links to London.

How can I contact the organiser with any questions?

Please send all enquiries to symposium@ccarht.org.

What's the refund policy?

Refunds will be available up to 30 days before the event with the exception of an administration fee.

Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable?

Registration fee is transferable with clear communication with the CCARHT offices.

Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn't match the person who attends?

Where possible please nominate the name of the person who will attend to alleviate administrative logistics for the event.

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