MODERN SLAVERY RESEARCH PROJECT
The Modern Slavery Research Project is committed to the production of thoughtful, geographically-informed, data-driven, community-based collaborative research that meets the needs of survivors and community stakeholders in addressing human trafficking in New Orleans, the US, aND internationally.
Cutting-Edge, Collaborative Research
MSRP understands scholarship as an ethical project. We engage in a hands-on approach to research that responds to the community, involves stakeholders in the process, and provides accessible, data-driven research to all those engaged in the effort to prevent modern slavery and aid survivors of trafficking. MSRP is dedicated to producing relevant and timely scholarship that has tangible impacts on local, national, and international responses to trafficking.
Organizations and agencies interested in partnering with the MSRP are invited to submit research, evaluation, or training requests to the team.