Dr. Sallie Yea

Sallie Yea is a Fellow in the Department of Social Inquiry at La Trobe University in Australia. Prior to that she held academic positions in Human Geography and International Development respectively at universities in Australia, New Zealand and Singapore. She has been researching and teaching about issues of gender and development, migration, and participatory development in Asia for more than twenty years. Her research has included studies in Singapore, South Korea, Cambodia, Vietnam, Malaysian Borneo and the Philippines. She has also undertaken consulting work in the field of gender and development and human trafficking in Southeast Asia, including for ASEAN and ECPAT International. Her work focuses primarily on issues of human trafficking, vulnerable migration/ mobility and participatory development, particularly the gendered dynamics of these development issues. She has authored more than twenty journal articles and book chapters on these subjects, as well as a monograph titled Trafficking Women in Korea (Routledge 2015), and an edited volume Human Trafficking in Asia (Routledge 2014). She has a second monograph titled Paved with Good Intentions? Human Trafficking and the Anti-Trafficking Movement in Singapore in press (Palgrave MacMillan forthcoming). Her current research focuses on the intersection between human trafficking and return migration in Southeast Asia

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