The Center for Ethics and Human Rights is working to develop research and collaborations including the ethics, human rights, and the Human Trafficking Research Institute.
Is the legalization of prostitution a way to stop sex trafficking? In this video, Dr. Lumina Albert, Associate Professor of Management, Daniels Ethics Fellow and Executive Director of the CSU Center for Ethics and Human Rights discusses her research examining the unintended consequences of the legalization of prostitution with the Women and Philanthropy group at CSU.
As calls for legalization increase, it becomes pertinent for researchers to examine the likely unanticipated consequences of legalization, before large-scale legalization is implemented in multiple countries across the globe. The current study utilizes an overarching norms-based approach to identify potential unintended consequences at both macro- as well as micro-levels.
Can we eradicate human trafficking if we only focused on local prevention efforts? Dr. Lumina Albert, Associate Professor of Management, Daniels Ethics Fellow and Executive Director of the CSU Center for Ethics and Human Rights answers this question and many other pertinent questions in her keynote address on human trafficking at New Horizons House, an international anti-trafficking organization.