Human Trafficking in a Global ContextSummer Course

Human Trafficking in a Global Context, Summer Course
Major Discipline(s)
Anthropology, Human Rights, Legal Studies
Location: Copenhagen
Session 1

Globally, human trafficking ranks among the most profitable criminal activities. It is also a violation of human rights. In this course, you gain an understanding of trafficking, including its extent in relation to other criminal activities, and its victims and perpetrators. You learn the most important elements of the legal and policy framework addressing trafficking at the European and international level. Guest lecturers who work with the issues on a daily basis help to nuance your understanding of the subject matter.

Related Discipline(s)

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


Anne Brandt Christensen

DIS Summer Faculty

B.A. and M.A. in Law (University of Copenhagen, 1995) Admitted to the Danish Bar, licensed to practice as Advokat. Has worked in the anti-trafficking field since 2007, including for the Danish Red Cross, and is recognized as an expert in the field nationally as well as internationally. Was awarded the European Crime Prevention Award in December 2014 for work through the non-profit anti-trafficking NGO HopeNow which she chaired for eight years. With DIS since 2007.