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Criminalising the Trafficked

Blaming the Victim

This paper is written with support from Mahanirban Calcutta Research Group and Western Sydney University for their project on "Asian Connectivity and Logistics." It was first presented in Seoul in April 2016. I would like to thank all my fellow researchers in the logistics project and the workshop participants in Seoul. Also, Sucharita Sengupta has helped me with some of the interviews, and Geraldine Forbes and Anwesha Sengupta painstakingly edited the paper and so my grateful thanks go to them.

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