Policing Human Trafficking
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- 20 Feb 2023
The University of Notre Dame Australia is committed to delivering an excellent student experience, alongside a high standard of teaching, research, and training. As a leader in ethical education, Notre Dame aims to develop students’ critical reasoning and their ability to make ethical decisions—crucial skills to progressing their careers and leading purposeful lives. At Notre Dame, students navigate their future with an ethical education online.
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Upon successful completion of this subject, students should be able to:
- Examine the multifaceted task of combating trafficking in persons
- Discuss policing efforts by law enforcers, victim service providers, policy makers, civil society and other relevant actors to prevent and combat trafficking
- Evaluate policies and practices concerning the protection and assistance of victims, including rehabilitation, access to remedy and compensation
- Assess (cooperative) efforts by national and international (non-)government bodies that seek to address human trafficking.
- Prevention of trafficking
- Victim Assistance
- Multistakeholder and cross-agency collaboration
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No additional requirements
This course examines the trafficking dimension of modern slavery. This is the recruitment, transportation, transfer, harbouring or receipt of persons, by means of threats or coercion, for the purpose of exploitation. Focal points of the course are ways to prevent and combat trafficking, protect and assist its victims, and promote cooperation.
- Report (30%)
- Presentation and Discussion (30%)
- Policy Paper (40%)
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