Human Trafficking in a Global ContextSemester Course

Human Trafficking in a Global Context, Semester Course
Major Discipline(s)
Anthropology, Human Rights, Legal Studies
Elective Course
Fall/Spring semester

Globally, human trafficking ranks among the most profitable criminal activities. It is a violation of human rights, which manifests itself in ever-evolving ways of the exploitation of people. In this course you gain an understanding of the many types of human trafficking ranging from child trafficking, organ trafficking, to trafficking for exploitation in prostitution and labor. You also learn the most important elements of legal and policy frameworks addressing trafficking at the European and international level.

Related Discipline(s)

This course would also be of interest to the following discipline(s):
Criminology / Criminal Justice, Gender Studies


Campbell Munro

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

LL.M. (International Human Rights Law, Lund University, 2012). Previously practiced as a barrister in London, specializing in refugee and immigration law. Currently completing a Ph.D. in international law at the University of Copenhagen. With DIS since 2018.

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