Review of a Decade of Research On Trafficking in Persons, Cambodia


By Annuska DERKS, Roger HENKE, LY Vanna - Center for Advanced Study

This report looks back at a decade of trafficking-related research in Cambodia. It systematically reviews what the available information can—and cannot—tell us about the patterns, extent and consequences of trafficking in Cambodia (and in relation to its neighboring countries). This also involves a critical assessment of the major approaches, perspectives and debates that have guided the research; the ways in which the studies were conducted; and the extent to which specific research findings can be generalized to Cambodia as a whole, taking into account the limits of the targeted groups, sectors and locations.

Posted May 1, 2006
Related locations: Cambodia
Related programs: Empower Women