DR CARRIE PEMBERTON FORD
Director of the Centre and developing the research programmes and projects
which the Centre pursues is Dr Pemberton Ford who established the Centre in 2008, and has been building its affiliate network over the last 10 years.
A popular speaker and prolific author, with numerous policy evaluation and strategic direction papers submitted to a range of enforcement, International, Governmental and non-governmental Organisations, Dr Ford lectures widely in the UK and internationally.
THE CCARHT TEAM
Master student of International Crimes Conflict and Criminology at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, with a Honours BA in Liberal Arts and Sciences at University College Utrecht. Her research focusses on conflict-related trafficking in the Philippines.
Emese is a PhD researcher at the Royal Holloway, University of London researching the psychological aspects of human trafficking. Specifically, she explores attitudes towards human trafficking and anti-trafficking organisations in the UK and Hungary.
Master student of Forensic Psychology at Maastricht University in the Netherlands and John Jay College of Criminal Justice in NYC. Eva currently works in a secure hospital in London for a sexual behaviour service, and conducts research into characteristics of sex traffickers.
Masters student for the Erasmus Mundus Masters in migration and intercultural relations with a BA in international relations. Anjuli is also the focal point for human trafficking and child detention for the United nations major group for children and youth. Her research focuses on post conflict migration and reintegration for trafficking victims in Ethiopia.
Masters Student at the Royal College of Art in London with a BA Honours in Architecture from the University of Nottingham. Her current research is focusing on architectural responses to political and Human Rights issues.
JAN-SAMUEL JUCKSCH WILLOCH
Jan-Samuel Willoch is a postgraduate student located in Coventry, specializing in Human Trafficking and Public Diplomacy. He has been a researcher for over 5 years, working on projects spanning from themes such as the Russo-Georgian conflict, the Greek narrative of the Financial Crisis and the emerging trends of Fake News in the age of information.