Dr Daphne Demetriou is the campus programme coordinator for all postgraduate Law and Politics programmes at Middlesex University Dubai. She holds a PhD in Law from Middlesex University London (UK), an LLM in Public International Law from University College London (UK) and an LLB from the University of Kent (UK). She also completed the Legal Practice Course (LPC).
Daphne’s learning and teaching interests cover International Human Rights Law, International Criminal Law and Public Law.
Demetriou, D. ‘‘Tied Visas’ and Inadequate Labour Protections: A formula for abuse and exploitation of migrant domestic workers in the United Kingdom’, Anti-Trafficking Review, Issue 5, 2015, pp. 69–88, www.antitraffickingreview.org
Demetriou, D. “The Mens Rea of Human Trafficking - The Case of Migrant Domestic Workers, International Criminal Justice Review, 2018, http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/1057567718788931 (Issue and volume pending)
Kyriazi T. and Demetriou, D. ‘Mixed Migration Flows into Europe: Discharging State Anti-Trafficking Obligations Through the Proper Identification of Trafficking Victims' (2020) International Journal of Sustainable Society, Vol.12 No.1, pp.76 - 92.
Demetriou, D. ‘Assessing the Human Trafficking - Slavery Nexus and Its Impact on Migrant Domestic Workers’ (book chapter) (Forthcoming 2020)
Tied Visas’ and Inadequate Labour Protections: A formula for abuse and exploitation of migrant domestic workers in the United Kingdom, Thomson Reuters Foundation, http://news.trust.org/item/20151103095627-n1kjy/
‘Taking no prisoners’: The UK’s stance on ECtHR judgments in relation to prisoners’ voting rights, March 30th, 2015, An International Law Blog, https://aninternationallawblog.wordpress.com/2015/03/30/taking-no-prisoners-the-uks-stance-on-ecthr-judgments-in-relation-to-prisoners-voting-rights/
Modern Slavery Bill: Cleaning up the mess of the UK government’s restrictive immigration regime for migrant domestic workers, January 19th, 2015, An International Law Blog, https://aninternationallawblog.wordpress.com/2015/01/19/modern-slavery-bill-cleaning-up-the-mess-of-the-uk-governments-restrictive-immigration-regime-for-migrant-domestic-workers-2/
‘Varnava and Others’ and ‘Xenides-Arestis group’ cases: Just Satisfaction or Just the Status Quo? The Effectiveness of the Committee of Ministers’ Current Execution Mechanisms, November 3rd, 2014, An International Law Blog, https://aninternationallawblog.wordpress.com/2014/11/03/varnava-and-others-and-xenides-arestis-group-cases-just-satisfaction-or-just-the-status-quo-the-effectiveness-of-the-committee-of-ministers-current-execution-mechanisms/