Dr. McAdam is an independent international legal consultant and adviser specialized in rights-based criminal justice responses to human trafficking, migrant smuggling and related issues. She is currently serving as international law and policy adviser for the Bali Process on People Smuggling, Trafficking in Persons and Related Transnational Crime and is on the editorial board of the Anti-Trafficking Review. Her recent research examined issues of shelter practices for victims of trafficking, human trafficking in conflict settings, and the law and ethics of human trafficking data collection.
Marika drafted key publications for the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, the International Organization for Migration, the Office on the High Commissioner for Human Rights and others including the NEXUS Institute and Chatham House.
And, she has written a book on Freedom from Religion and Human Rights Law. Marika has a PhD in international human rights law.
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