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On 26 April, Dr Sarada Chatterjee (Affiliated Lecturer and Paper Coordinator for Paper 390 Migration, Human Trafficking and Development) chaired and presented in a panel for the University of Tufts South Asian Regional Committee's interdisciplinary panel on 'Gender, labor and trafficking in South Asia'. The discussion ranged from sex work and gendered labor during the Second World War and sex trafficking in the Sundarbans, to organ trafficking in contemporary South Asia.

Dr Chatterjee has also been made a Research Fellow at the Cambridge Centre for Applied Research in Human Trafficking (CCARHT https://www.ccarht.org/) this month and is currently involved in organising their 2021 summer symposium entitled 'The body in trafficking: organ harvesting, 'pre-pharma', baby farms, false adoption, surrogacy, institutional care, online and offline rape and asset stripping'. The symposium will be held 29 June - 2 July.

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