Anne van Es is currently a master student in Crime & Criminal Justice at Leiden Law School. She works as a student assistant at the Department of Criminology, focusing on topics such as human trafficking, migration policy and law enforcement in the Netherlands. Last summer, she did an internship for the Dutch Rapporteur on Trafficking in Human Beings and Sexual Violence against Children in the Hague, during which her research interests for human trafficking, migration and prostitution were fuelled.
- Handhaving door OM en politie (2014)
- Criminele bendes of hardwerkende arbeidsmigranten? Het mediadiscours ten aanzien van Midden- en Oost-Europeanen in Nederland (2014)