Sex Industry Slavery: Protecting Canada’s Youth
Sexual exploitation and human sex trafficking is a multi-billion-dollar international industry that preys on youth. Featuring new research, fresh perspectives, and practical solutions, this book by Robert Chrismas, a veteran police officer, is an impactful read for anyone who wants to know more about a serious Canadian problem and what can be done about it.
Based on the author’s award-winning doctoral research in Manitoba, this book includes gut-wrenching stories from survivors, social workers, police officers, lawmakers, and activists. Representing decades of collective knowledge, and presenting first-hand perspectives on the problem as well as practical solutions, it is a must-read for scholars, teachers, and students in a broad range of disciplines. It will also be compelling for practitioners and anyone interested in social justice and tangible approaches to interrupting a harrowing and disturbing modern-day social challenge.
- World Rights
- Page Count: 288 pages
- Dimensions: 6.0in x 1.0in x 9.0in
Author InformationRobert Chrismas has served over 40 years in various Canadian justice, law enforcement and peacekeeping roles. Currently in his 31st year of policing, he has written prolifically on a broad range of justice-related topics.
Table of contents1. Introduction
2. Canada’s Sex Industry
3. Vulnerability and Protection from Sex Industry Predators
4. Violence Against Canadian Indigenous Women and Girls
5. Awareness and Education Around Sex Trafficking and Exploitation
6. Canadian Laws and Sexual Exploitation
7. Getting Out is Harder Than it Looks
8. Challenges and Opportunities Intervening in Sex Trafficking
9. Conflict Transformation Community Building and Change
10. Key Findings, Recommendations and Future Research
Table of Findings and Recommendations
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