This subject introduces students to the theory and research surrounding a range of transnational crimes, focusing on human trafficking and the organised groups involved in these cross-border crimes. The subject will consider the criminal supply and demand factors involved and contemporary and emerging issues such as the cross-border exploitation of vulnerable women and children. Regulatory border responses will be evaluated.
Centre for Customs and Excise Studies
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