Zhaleh Boyd

Zhaleh Boyd

The Role of Cultural and Psycho-Social Influences on the Relationship Between the Enslaved and the Enslaver

With more than 15 years of experience in anti-slavery work in the Americas, East Asia, West Africa and Western Europe, Zhaleh Boyd is an expert in contemporary slavery policy and intervention design. She is currently pursuing a PhD in Contemporary Slavery at the Wilberforce Institute for the study of Slavery and Emancipation (WISE) and is a member of the WISE/Walk Free Foundation Global Slavery Index Research Team. Her research interests include cross-cultural miscommunications around valuing work, class, gender, kinship, ethnicity, and fair compensation; sex slavery and labour slavery in prisons; and non-traditional family building as a conduit for ownership/enslavement.

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