Journal Articles

Trafficking

Ham, J. (for GAATW), (2014) ‘Brief to the Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee on Bill C-36: Protection of Communities and Exploited Persons Act,‘ Submitted 8 September 2014 by the Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women, International Secretariat (GAATW-IS) and Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women – Canada (GAATW-Canada).

Ham, J. (for SWAN Vancouver), ‘Brief to the Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee on Bill C-36: Protection of Communities and Exploited Persons Act’ Submitted 10 September 2014 by Supporting Women’s Alternatives Network (SWAN Vancouver).

Ham, J., Segrave, M., & Pickering, S. (2013). ‘In the eyes of the beholder: Border enforcement, suspect travellers and trafficking victims’Anti-trafficking Review, 2: 51 – 66.

Pickering, S. & Ham, J. (2014) ‘Hot pants at the border: Sorting sex work from trafficking‘ British Journal of Criminology. 54(1): 2 – 19.

Borders and Border Control

Beatson, C. and Vecchio, F. (2013) ‘Stark realities for asylum seekers in Hong Kong are alien to Edward Snowden’, South China Morning Post, 20 June.

Bosworth, M. and Kellezi, B. (2012). ‘Quality of Life in Detention: Results from MQLD Questionnaire Data Collected in IRC Yarl’s Wood, IRC Tinsley House and IRC Book House in August 2010-June 2011′, Centre for Criminology, University of Oxford.

Bosworth, M. and Kellezi, B. (2015) ‘Quality of Life in Detention: Results from MQLD questionnaire data collected in IRC Campsfield House, IRC Yarl’s Wood, IRC Colnbrook, and IRC Dover, September 2013 – August 2014’, Centre for Criminology, University of Oxford, January 2015.

Bosworth, M., Kellezi, B. and Slade, G. (2012). ‘Quality of Life in Detention: Results from MQLD Questionnaire Data Collected in IRC Morton Hall in May 2012′ , Centre for Criminology, University of Oxford.

Cassar, C. M. (2013) The Essential Guide to Doing Migration Research in Malta, The People for Change, Malta.

Gerard, A. & Vecchio, F., (2012) ‘Australia among the world’s worst in dealing with asylum seekers’ The Conversation¸ 24 August.

Gerard, A., (2013) ‘Arbitrary Detention without Respect for Human Dignity’,  Border Criminologies Blog Post, July 2013.

Pickering, S. and Ham, J. (eds.) (forthcoming, October 2014) The Routledge Handbook on Crime and International MigrationRoutledge.

Powell, R, Weber, L and Pickering S (2013) ‘Counting and Accounting for Deaths in Australian Immigration Custody’ Homicide Studies, 17(4): 391-417.

Vecchio, F, (2013) ‘The economy of seeking asylum in the global city’International Migration, doi: 10.1111/imig.12126.

Vecchio, F. (2015) Asylum seeking and the global city, Abingdon: Routledge.

Vecchio, F. and Beatson, C. (2014) ‘Asylum seekers’ Occupy protest in Hong Kong’, Race & Class, 56(2), pp.96-104.

Vecchio, F. and Gerard, A. (2015) ‘Surviving the politics of illegality’, in S. Pickering and J. Ham (Eds.) Routledge Handbook on Crime and International Migration, Abingdon: Routledge, pp.179-192.

Weber, L (2012). ‘Policing a World in Motion’ in Pickering, S and McCulloch, J (eds) Borders and Transnational Crime: pre-crime, mobility and serious harm in an age of globalization, Palgrave.

Weber, L., McKernan, H. and Gibbon, H. (2013) ‘Trans-Tasman denizens: human rights and human (in)security among New Zealand citizens of Samoan origin in AustraliaAustralian Journal of Human Rights, 19(3): 51-77. 

Gender and Border Control

Gerard, A. & Pickering, S., (forthcoming in 2014), ‘Securitisation and Transit: Refugee women and the journey to the EU’, Journal of Refugee Studies

Gerard, A., & Pickering, S., (2012) ‘The Crime and Punishment of Somali women’s extra-legal arrival in Malta’ British Journal of Criminology, 52(3): 514-533.

Gerard, A., (forthcoming in 2014) The Securitisation of Migration and Refugee Women, Oxford: Routledge, (297 pages)

Ham, J. (2014) Body/Sex/Work: Intimate, Embodied and Sexualized Labour. By Carol Wolkowitz, Rachel Lara Cohen, Teela Sanders and Kate Hardy (Palgrave Macmillan, 2013, 261pp.£ 31.99 pb). British Journal of Criminology, published online June 7, 2014.

Ham, J. (2014) ‘Immigrant and migrant sex workers talking about competition and cooperation in the sex industry’ RED: The magazine for the sex industry, Vol. 25. pp. 28-29.

Ham, J., & Gerard, A. (2013). ‘Strategic in/visibility: Does agency make sex workers invisible?Criminology and Criminal Justice, 14(3): 298-313.

Pickering, S. and Cochrane, B. (2012) ‘Irregular border crossing, deaths and gender: Where, how and when women die crossing border’, Theoretical Criminology, 17 (1): 27-48. Access a free one page summary of the article here