The Foundations of Law & Constitutional Government Seminar: The Locust Effect: Why the End of Poverty Requires the End of Violence

by | Apr 27, 2017

Victor Boutros is a Founding Director of the Human Trafficking Institute and co-author with Gary Haugen of The Locust Effect: Why the End of Poverty Requires the End of Violence (Oxford University Press). Drawing on real-world cases and extensive scholarship, The Locust Effect paints a vivid portrait of the way fractured criminal justice systems in developing countries have spawned a hidden epidemic of modernday slavery and everyday violence that is undermining vital investments in poverty alleviation, public health, and human rights. A critically acclaimed work of thought-leadership, The Locust Effect is a Washington Post bestseller that has been featured by the New York TimesThe EconomistNPR, the Today ShowForbesTED, the BBC, among others.

Victor Boutros and John Richmond are co-founding directors of The Human Trafficking Institute. In this seminar, Victor and John will discuss the findings in the book The Locust Effect, and explore the latest areas in need of reform in the fight against human trafficking.

April 27

1:30pm

New Seminar Room, St John’s College

All are welcome.

 

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