In 2013 Spring Semester the Law of Slavery and Human Trafficking course will again be run at UTS. It first commenced in 2012.
This reflects a growing awareness of migrant worker exploitation, trafficking and the intersection between labour exploitation, criminal law sanctions and best practice responses to the phenomenon of trafficking. This subject is an elective for undergraduate and post-graduate students and focuses on global and domestic responses to slavery within an international law and human rights framework. The subject addresses international law with an appreciation of the practical application of the law.
If you are interested in finding out more about this course more information is available at http://www.handbook.uts.edu.au/subjects/78223.html