CRI-40052 - Reflecting on the Human Trafficking Threat Landscape: study trip
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Level: Level 7
Credits: 15
Study Hours: 150
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Programme/Approved Electives for 2023/24


Available as a Free Standing Elective






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Description for 2023/24

The module provides students with an opportunity to engage with experts and policy makers who are contributing to the anti-slavery and anti-trafficking landscape in another country. The one week study trip will provide students with invaluable networking experiences in addition to offering an opportunity for deeper learning outside of the classroom.

The module will provide insights into the anti-slavery and anti-trafficking landscape in another country. Students will have the opportunity to enhance their professional development skills through activities such as chairing meetings, interviewing experts and offering a professional vote of thanks. Students will gain valuable learning and networking experiences that can be reflected upon. The study trip will be one week in duration.

Intended Learning Outcomes

Synthesise and assess approaches to combatting modern slavery in all of its forms.: 1
Critique the impact of anti-slavery initiatives in another country.: 1
Critically appraise legislation shaping approaches to modern slavery: 1
Critically reflect upon the ways in which different terms of reference and terminology becomes a barrier to cross border cooperation.: 1

Study hours

2 x 2.5 hour workshops to prepare for the study trip
35 hours contact time on the study trip
110 hours independent learning, to research host organisations and prepare for active engagement in the sessions.

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