Listening pieces about research projects on the topic of prostitution and human trafficking
To mark the premiere of Elfriede Jelineks' "About Animals (Über Tiere)" on 22 February 2014, which deals with sexuality and independence - with power, consumption and prostitution - the Graduate Campus is presenting the research work of two PhD candidates of the UZH Institute of Law in the form of listening pieces. Nevin Karabayir examines the legal aspects of human trafficking. Kathrin Heinzl researches prostitution in Swiss criminal law. Starting 22 February 2014, the pieces can be viewed and listened to at any time during the entire performance of "About Animals (Über Tiere)" via the audio installation in the Schiffbau of the Zürich Playhouse (Schauspielhaus Zürich).
Further information on "About Animals (Über Tiere)" and reservations (in German): Schauspielhaus Zürich.
|Prostitution in Swiss criminal law
A research project of Kathrin Heinzl, public prosecutor and PhD candidate at the UZH Institute of Law. Listening piece by: Julian Doepp & Katharina Weikl, with Isabelle Menke & Lena Schwarz
|People as commodity. Human trafficking in the sense of Art. 182 of the Swiss Criminal Code - with a particular focus on international and European legislation
A research project of Nevin Karabayir, court registrar and PhD candidate at the UZH Institute of Law. Listening piece by: Julian Doepp & Katharina Weikl, with Isabelle Menke & Lena Schwarz