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2020-01-17CEDAW's General Recommendation No. 35: A quarter of a century of evolutionary approaches to violence against womenVijeyarasa, R
2012-01-01The Cinderella syndrome: Economic expectations, false hopes and the exploitation of trafficked Ukrainian womenVijeyarasa, R
2014Hidden Data, Hidden Victims: Trafficking in the context of globalisation and labour exploitation-the case of VietnamVijeyarasa, R; Rawlinson, MC; Commers, RMS; Johnston, T
2018The indicator fad: How quantifiable measurement can work hand-in-hand with human rights - A response to Sally Engle Merry's The Seductions of QuantificationBello Villarino, J-M; Vijeyarasa, R
2019-12-01Making the law work for women: Standard-setting through a new Gender Legislative IndexVijeyarasa, R
2019-12-01A missed opportunity: How Australia failed to make its Modern Slavery Act a global example of good practiceVijeyarasa, R
2013Modern day slavery? A Judicial Catchall for Trafficking, Slavery and Labour Exploitation: A Critique of Tang and RantsevVijeyarasa, R; Bello Y Villarino, JM
2019-02-01A move in the Right Direction? The Model Law against Trafficking in Persons and the ILO Operational IndicatorsVijeyarasa, R
2014Roadblocks to counter-trafficking: A comparative analysis of Vietnam, Ghana and UkraineVijeyarasa, R; Zina, M; Abreu, GD
2015Sex, Slavery and the Trafficked Woman Myths and Misconceptions about Trafficking and its VictimsVijeyarasa, R
2013-12-01Stigma, stereotypes and Brazilian soap operas: road-blocks to ending human trafficking in Vietnam, Ghana and UkraineVijeyarasa, R
2013-07-01Women at the Margins of International Law: Reconceptualizing Dominant Discourses on Gender and Transitional JusticeVijeyarasa, R
2018-07-05Women leaders in a man's world: A glimpse into Australia's foreign policy under Gillard - Part IVijeyarasa, R
2018-09-28Women leaders in a man's world: Does a feminist foreign policy require a woman leader at the top? - Part IIVijeyarasa, R
2020Women, work and global supply chains: The gender-blind nature of Australia’s modern slavery regulatory regimeVijeyarasa, R