Precarious Lives Publications
Lewis, H., Dwyer, P., Hodkinson, S. and Waite, L. (2014) Precarious lives. Forced labour, exploitation and asylum. Policy Press. Available from November 2014. Order here.
Lewis, H. and Waite, L. To end domestic servitude, first fix immigration policy. 22 November 2013. The Conversation.
Lewis, H., Dwyer, P., Hodkinson, S. and Waite, L. (2014) Hyper-precarious lives: migrants, work and forced labour in the Global North. Progress in Human Geography. Online first. DOI: 10.1177/0309132514548303
Lewis, H, Dwyer, P, Hodkinson, S and Waite, L (2013), Precarious Lives: Experiences of Forced Labour among Refugees and Asylum Seekers in England. Full Research Report, July 2013. Leeds: University of Leeds, Download PDF (418KB)
Lewis, H, Dwyer, P, Hodkinson, S and Waite, L (2013), Precarious Lives: Experiences of Forced Labour among Refugees and Asylum Seekers in England. Research Summary, July 2013. Leeds: University of Leeds, Download PDF (152KB)
Other Publications on Forced Labour
Lalani, M and Metcalf, H (2012) Forced labour in the UK: the business angle. York: Joseph Rowntree Foundation
Dwyer, P et al (2011) Forced labour and UK immigration policy: status matters? York: Joseph Rowntree Foundation
Jarman, N et al (2011) Forced Labour in Northern Ireland. York: Joseph Rowntree Foundation
Skrivankova, K (2010) Between decent work and forced labour: examining the continuum of exploitation. York: Joseph Rowntree Foundations
Craig, G et al (2007) Modern slavery in the United Kingdom. York: Joseph Rowntree Foundation
Migrant and refugee labour
Burnett, J and Whyte, D (2010) The Wages of Fear: Risk, Safety and Undocumented Work. Leeds, Liverpool: PAFRAS & University of Liverpool.
Community Links and the Refugee Council (2011), Understanding the
Informal Economic Activity of Refugees in London. London: Community Links and Refugee Council.
Mute Vol 2 #0, Precarious Reader, including ‘Precarity and n/european Identity: (an interview with Alex Foti (ChainWorkers))’, by Merijn Oudenampsen and Gavin Sullivan, MetaMute
Precarization is a Permanent State, the views of Robert Castel on The Global Sociology Blog
Asylum Seekers and Refugees’ Lives
Crawley, H et al (2011) Coping with Destitution: Survival and livelihood strategies of refused asylum seekers living in the UK. Oxfam GB