||Foreword / Paul Ronalds -- Preface / Joseph M. Cheer -- Introduction : modern day slavery and orphanage tourism framework / Joseph M. Cheer -- Orphanate tourism and the Convention on the Rights of the Child / Hannah ReidChapter -- Orphanages as sites of modern slavery / Katherine E. van Doore -- Historical and socio-political drivers of Australian participation in orphanage tourism in Bali / Gemma Daniels -- People, money and resources : the drivers of institutionalisation / Leigh Mathews -- Promising practices : strengthening families and systems to prevent and reduce the institutional care of children / Karen Flanagan -- What drives voluntourism? : internal impulses and external encouragement / Pippa Biddle -- How filmmaking can support advocacy : the voluntourist and orphanage tourism / Chloe Sangunetti -- Consuming poverty : volunteer tourism in an orphanage in Nepal / Amira Benali & Daniel Oris -- A "nice, knock-down argument" about orphanage tourism, modern slavery, and the power and peril of naming / Kathie Carpenter -- AfterwordStephen Ucembe.
||"The first of its kind, this book highlights exploratory research conducted within preliminary thinking of modern slavery within tourism"-- Provided by publisher.
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references and index.|
|Issued in other form||Online version: Modern day slavery and orphanage tourism Wallingford, Oxfordshire ; Boston, MA : CAB International, 2020. 9781789240801|