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Human trafficking and migration
[INTERVIEW] Filmed interview with Jacquelyn C. A. Meshelemiah, focused on the relationship between migration and human trafficking, conducted on 24 October 2016, at iscte.

Dr. Jacquelyn C. A. Meshelemiah, a Licensed Social Worker (LSW). She earned her Bachelor of Science in Social Work (BSSW), Master of Social Work (MSW), and Doctorate (PhD) from the College of Social Work, of The Ohio State University, USA. Dr. Meshelemiah has taught numerous courses across the curricula, but now exclusively teaches Assessment & Diagnosis in Clinical Social Work Practice, as well as Human Trafficking. She is the author and co-author of numerous publications, such as “Human Sex Trafficking” and, her latest, “Human Rights Perspectives in Social Work Education and Practice”. Has also done a series of presentations and trainings at the university, local, national, and international levels. Her primary research agenda centers on social justice, human rights, and anti-trafficking work. She has a cross-comparative analysis of human trafficking in Ghana, Uganda, Ethiopia, England, Mexico, Canada, Costa Rica, and the United States.


Interview conducted in Lisbon, on 24 October 2016, by Cláudia Pereira.
Also available in PDF in the OEm Conversations With series.
Also available online version here.

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