To understand the mechanisms and premises that condition the migrant workers labor conditions across the national states, and to understand how exploitation, deception, threats and violence can occur, I use an analytical frame of mobility. Through Xiang and Lindquist's 'Migration Infrastructure' I reserach how migrant workers move in and through exploitative situations on the Danish Labour market, as well as how they are being moved by human and non-human actors. I examine each infrastructure against the backset of more than one year of fieldwork, and conclude that mobility is central in understanding human trafficking to forced labor as well as how and why it exists in the Danish labor market.
|Publikationsdato||8 nov. 2018|
|Status||Udgivet - 8 nov. 2018|
|Begivenhed||Nordic Network on Labour Exploitation: What's law got to do with it? : Understanding forced labour exploitation and human trafficking in a Nordic context - Aalborg University, Copenhagen, Danmark|
Varighed: 8 nov. 2018 → 9 nov. 2018
|Seminar||Nordic Network on Labour Exploitation: What's law got to do with it?|
|Periode||08/11/2018 → 09/11/2018|