Visiting Research Fellow at TraffLab
November 2018 - February 2019
December 2019-January 2020
Maayan Niezna is a PhD candidate at Kent Law School, University of Kent, UK and a Visiting Research Fellow at TraffLab.
She worked on issues related to trafficking and forced labour at the Office of the National Anti-trafficking Coordinator, Israeli Ministry of Justice; UNHCR-Israel; and the Hotline for Refugees and Migrants-Israel, where she led the legal work on trafficking and slavery. Her research focuses on the impact of different legal frameworks on forced labour of migrant workers.
Research at TraffLab: In Trafflab, Niezna researches conceptual and practical challenges that arise from the application of legal terminology to forced labour of migrant workers, focusing on the concepts of ownership, exploitation, control, and menace of penalty.
Maayan Niezna, Yahel Kurlander and Hila Shamir, Underlying Conditions: The Codification of Migrant Workers under COVID-19, 5(2) J. of Modern Slavery (2021). [Abstract]
Maayan Niezna, And He Shall Rule Over You - The Acquittal of Goel Ratzon on the Count of Holder a Person under Conditions of Slavery, 'HaMishpat’ Online: Human
Rights (2014). [Hebrew] [Full Text]
Maayan Niezna, Kav LaOved, THE OCCUPATION OF LABOR - EMPLOYMENT OF PALESTINIAN WORKERS IN ISRAEL (2018). [Full Text]
Maayan Niezna, Consent, Sex and ‘Sexceptionalism’: Comments on Robin West’s 2019 Chorley Lecture, 'Consent, Legitimation and Dysphoria', Modern Law Review Forum, (2019), https://www.modernlawreview.co.uk/niezna-west/