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Barrister, LawAid International Chambers
Thomas Harré is a barrister practicing in New Zealand. He holds a Ph.D from Melbourne Law School.
Thomas is a specialist in transnational criminal law, particularly in the area of human trafficking. Thomas combines practice with research, and has published and presented widely. He has given advice on issues of forced labour and human trafficking in a number of cases in Southeast Asia, and has consulted to the United Nations.
Thomas is interested in issues of criminal justice, international law and human rights, and is passionate about using the law to protect the rights of vulnerable people around the world.
- “Is the law an ass when it comes to mules? How Indonesia can lead a new global approach to treating drug traffickers as human trafficked victims“
- “Human Trafficking For Forced Labour At Sea: An Assessment Of New Zealand’s Response“
- “Confronting the challenge of human trafficking for forced labour in the pacific: Some thoughts from New Zealand“
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