The Event Features:
A Keynote Address from Associate Professor Gillian Abel, Otago University, New Zealand
A screening of Nic Mai's latest film 'Travel' that explores the different emic and ethic understandings of exploitation and freedom at work in the process of asylum granting in relation to trafficking. The film is the result of ethnographic workshops with Nigerian women working in the Paris sex industry. Click here tovView the Trailer for Travel
When: Wednesday, September 14, 2016 from 10:30 AM to 4:30 PM (BST)
Where: Research Resource Centre (ReCCS) - Training Room YH/001b - 6 Innovation Way YO10 5ZF
Register for this Free Event: SWRH Eventbrite
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