Junior Research Affiliate and Executive Assistant
Currently Recruiting for 2016
Olivia Fivek University of Kent 2015
International Advisory Board
Professor Charles Jones
Reader and former of the Centre of Latin American Studies University of Cambridge
Professor Beatri Kruger
Professor in the Faculty of Law University of Free State, South Africa
Dr Noreen Tehrani
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Specialist
Recruiting Senior Counter Trafficking expertise on our International Advisory Board : Would you like to see your’s and your institution’s name mentioned here? Be in contact with the Director as we are currently recruiting into the IAB to see CCARHT’s international presence and impact strengthened as we build our research and advisory capability internationally.
Research Associates October 2015
CCARHT is currently exploring funding to support 2 Research Associates for designated Research into Forced Labour in the UK, and Survivor Repatriation programmes.
If you are interested as a funder, or a potential Research Associate please be in
contact through out contact pages – headline Research Associate Programme.
University of Kent
Alumnae of the programme 2012 -2014
Sarah Peters Harrison (University of Cambridge)
Victoria Lazar Graham (University of Oxford)
Daniele Steele (Durham University)
International Research Summer programme 2006
NAPTIP research fellows (Nigeria)
If you would like more information about CCARHTs summer and MA dissertation support / internship programme email us firstname.lastname@example.org – headline Summer Programme
CCARHTs University based and practitioner affiliates are currently drawn from across the UK, Canada, North America, South America, South Africa, Ireland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Germany, Hong Kong, Kenya, Nigeria, Australia, New Zealand and the Philippines. If you would like your University or NGO to be represented in our network please submit the following on line form to us so that we can explore our co-operation. We would invite you also to follow our social media links via twitter, and facebook, and invite you to submit articles for inclusion in our library of resources, and to join our Linked-in network for practitioners and researchers.