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The Human Trafficking Cycle: Sinai and Beyond
Authors: Mirjam van Reisen, Meron Estefanos & Conny Rijken

This study looks at what happens to people who are captured, extorted and tortured in the Sinai. Treated as commodities, sold and resold – these people are trafficked. The vocabulary of ‘warehouses’ and ‘auctions’ and the negotiation of the ‘price’ of the hostages is reminiscent of the age of slavery, when the value of people was determined by their market price.
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Roundtable on Child Labour and CSR

RoundtableChildLabour16/05/08: A roundtable meeting organised by the Alliance2015's Stop Child Labour – School is the best place to work campaign took place on 13 May in the European Parliament.

Participants were addressed by two keynote speakers: Thijs Berman MEP and Richard Howitt MEP, who discussed concrete public policies, including regulatory measures, to be introduced by the European Union and its member states to eradicate child labour in the framework of corporate social responsibility.

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Media exposure

YouTube SymposiumMarga Klompé Symposium - Tilburg University
Statement Mirjam van Reisen (YouTube)Interview EEPA Director Prof. Dr. Mirjam van Reisen
Statement Meron Estefanos (YouTube)Interview Meron Estefanos
Prof. Dr. Mirjam van Reisen on the legacy of Marga Klompe