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Based on a comprehensive analysis of over 200 contemporary slave narratives, this study foregrounds survivors' voices, illustrating that an anti-slavery movement that listens to the experiences of enslaved people can lead to important insights and enable the implementation of more effective interventions.

Produktbeschreibung
Based on a comprehensive analysis of over 200 contemporary slave narratives, this study foregrounds survivors' voices, illustrating that an anti-slavery movement that listens to the experiences of enslaved people can lead to important insights and enable the implementation of more effective interventions.
Autorenporträt
Andrea Nicholson is Associate Professor in the School of Politics and International Relations, and a member of the Rights Lab, University of Nottingham. Her research primarily concerns survivor testimony and the support frameworks in place for survivors of human trafficking and modern slavery. She has previously undertaken research and consultancy for a range of non-governmental and governmental organizations, including the EU Fundamental Rights Agency and the UN Special Rapporteur on Contemporary Forms of Slavery.