'Humanitarianized' Development? Anti-trafficking Reconfigured
Over the past three decades humanitarianism has broadened considerably in scope. Humanitarian aid agencies have increasingly moved beyond a traditionally narrow concern with immediate relief aid to engage the wider implications of their work. Humanitarian arguments have also become central to policy legitimation in a range of contexts outside the humanitarian aid sector. By contrast, this article, based on research into anti-trafficking programmes in the Mekong region of Southeast Asia,...[Show more]
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