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  1. Cormac Devlin and Sarah Steele (2019) “Access and Entitlements for Migrants and Visitors to the UK in the English National Health Service” in K. Kuhelmeyer, C. Klingler and R. Huxtable, eds., Ethical, Legal and Social Aspects of Healthcare for Migrants: Perspectives from the UK and Germany (Abingdon: Routledge), buy here.

  2. Poojani Arulrajah and Sarah Steele (2018) “UK Medical Education on Human Trafficking: Assessing uptake of the opportunity to shape awareness, safeguarfing and referral in the curriculum” BMC Medical Education, open access here.

  3. Lucinda Hiam, Sarah Steele, and Martin McKee (2018) ‘Creating a “hostile environment for migrants”’ Health Economics, Policy and Law,13(2), open access here.

  4. Sarah Steele, Cormac Devlin, David Stuckler and Martin McKee (2017) ‘Editorial: A tougher charging regime for “overseas” patients: Migrants with mental health needs will be hit hardest’ BMJ 358, access here.

  5. Charles Rendle Thompson, Arun Mahay, David Stuckler and Sarah Steele (2017) ‘Do clinicians receive adequate training to identify trafficked persons? A scoping review of NHS Foundation Trusts education’ Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine Open, Sep; 8(9), open access here.

  6. Aaron Reeves, Sarah Steele, David Stuckler, Martin McKee, Andrew Amato-Gauci, and Jan C. Semenza (2017) "Gender violence, poverty and HIV infection risk among persons engaged in the sex industry: cross‐national analysis of the political economy of sex markets in 30 European and Central Asian countries." HIV medicine, available here.

  7. Aaron Reeves, Sarah Steele, David Stuckler, Martin McKee, Andrew Amato-Gauci, and Jan C. Semenza (2017) "National sex work policy and HIV prevalence among sex workers: an ecological regression analysis of 27 European countries." The Lancet HIV 4(3), access here.

  8. Sarah Steele and Tyler Shores (2017)  ‘Real men don’t trust robots …or buy girls: Constructing masculinities through anti-trafficking campaigns’ in Stefan Horlacher (ed) Masculinity Studies: Bodies - Systems – Structures (Palgrave), available here.

  9. Sarah Steele, Martin McGee, David Stuckler, Anna Gilmore (2016) ‘The Role of Public Law-based Litigation in Tobacco Companies Strategies in High-Income, FCTC Ratifying Countries, 2004-2014’. Journal of Public Health, available here.

  10. Eniya Lufumpa and Sarah Steele, (2016) ‘Obstetric Fistula: A Systematic Review of the preventative Interventions in Sub-Saharan Africa’, African Journal of Reproductive Health 20(3).

  11. Sarah Steele, Jeanine Martyn, Jens Foell and Andreas Freitag (2015) ‘More than a lucrative liquid: the risks for adult consumers of human breast milk bought from the online market’ Journal of the Royal Society for Medicine. DOI: 10.1177/0141076815588539.

  12. Sarah Steele, Jeanine Martyn, and Jens Foell (2015) ‘The risks of an unregulated market in human breast milk….’ British Medical Journal, 350, p.h1485.

  13. Sarah Steele, Christopher Adcock and Alistair Steel (2015) ‘Legal and Ethical Analysis of HEMS use of social media’ Emergency Medicine Journal, Online First, DOI:10.1136/emermed-2014-204048.

  14. Sarah Steele, Andreas Freitag, Patricia McGettigan, Gavin Giovannoni and Allyson M Pollock. (2015) ‘Private Prescribing by Doctors in the UK’. Prescriber, 26(7), pp.19-23.

  15. Sarah Steele and Tyler Shores [2015(2014)] "'Real men don't buy girls': Constructing celebrity and masculinity through anti-trafficking public service announcements". Journal of Gender Studies, online preview, DOI:10.1080/09589236.2014.959477.

  16. Sarah Steele, Tyler Shores and Yvette Pollastrini [2015 (2013)] ‘War Crime, Wristbands and Web 2.0: Understanding Online Advocacy, Colonialism and ‘Civilizing Missions’ in Kony2012’ Journal of Hate Studies.

  17. Sarah Steele and David Stuckler (2014) ‘Migrants, the National Health Service, and the threat of exclusion’, Criminal Justice Matters, 98(1), pp.18-19.

  18. Sarah Steele, David Stuckler, Martin McGee, and Allyson Pollock (2014) “The Immigration Bill: Extending charging regimes and scapegoating the vulnerable will pose risks to public health”. Journal of the Royal Society for Medicine, 107(4), pp. 132-133.

  19. Sarah Steele and Tyler Shores (2014) ‘More than just a famous face: Exploring the rise of the celebrity expert-advocate through anti-trafficking action by the Demi and Ashton Foundation’ Crime, Media, Culture,10 (3), pp.259-272.

  20. Sarah Steele (2014) ‘Trafficking’ in Rowland Atkinson (ed.) Shades of Deviance (Routledge), ch.56.

  21. Sarah Steele and David Worswick (2013) “Destination Death: A Review of Australian Legal Regulation Around International Travel to End Life”. Journal of Law and Medicine, 21(2), pp.415-28.

  22. Sarah Steele (2013) “Human Trafficking, Labor Brokering, and Mining in Southern Africa”. International Journal of Health Services, 43(4), pp.665-680.

  23. David Stuckler, Sarah Steele, Mark Lurie & Sanjay Basu (2013) 'Introduction: “‘Dying for Gold’: The Effects of Mineral Mining on HIV, Tuberculosis, Silicosis, and Occupational Diseases in Southern Africa”. International Journal of Health Services, 43(4), pp. 639-649.

  24. Sarah Steele (2011) "‘Combating the Scourge’: Constructing the Masculine ‘Other’ Through US Government Anti-trafficking Campaigns". Journal of Hate Studies, 9(1), pp.33-64.

  25. David Stuckler, Sanjay Basu, Lawrence King, Sarah Steele and Martin McKee (2011) “Politics of chronic disease” in Sick Societies: Responding to the Global Challenge of Chronic Disease (OUP: Medicine Series), pp.136-185.

  26. Grace Bolton, Laurence McGivern and Sarah Steele (2010) "Secession, Sovereignty, and the Quest for Legitimacy". St Antony's International Review, 6(1), pp.3-15.

  27. Sarah Steele (2007) "Trafficking in People". Alternative Law Journal, 32, pp.18-21.

  28. Sarah Steele (2006) "Memorialization and the Land of the Eternal Spring: Performative Practices of Memory on the Rwandan Genocide." Published Proceedings of PASSAGES: Law, Aesthetics, Politics. Melbourne, Australia, July.

  29. Sarah Steele (2005) "Victim-Witnesses in the International Criminal Court: Justice for Trauma, or the Trauma of Justice". Australian International Law Journal, 12, pp.99-108.

  30. Sarah Steele (2005) “Prosecutor v Rutaganira” Australia Journal of International Law.



  1. Sarah Steele (2013) ‘’Book Review: Intoxication in Society”, Cambridge Law Journal.

  2. Sarah Steele (2013) ‘’Book Review: Other Dreams of Freedom: Religion, Sex and Human Trafficking” Theoretical Criminology.

  3. Sarah Steele (2009) “The Changing Academic Practice: Implications for Future Legal Academics” Illuminatio.

  4. Sarah Steele (2005) “Prosecutor v Rutaganira” Australia Journal of International Law.




  1. Sarah Steele (2018, 20 July) #freezerstash: why cancer patients won’t find a cure in drinking human milk they get online.

  2. Todd Gillespie, Tyler Shores and Sarah Steele (2018, 12 July) Why The Simpsons are needed more than ever in the age of Donald Trump.

  3. Sarah Steele (2018, 26 June) NHS charging: the unacceptably high cost of recovering debt from vulnerable users.

  4. Sarah Steele (2016, April 21) Breast milk is a marvel of nature but that doesn’t mean adults should drink it to see off disease.

  5. Andreas Freitag and Sarah Steele (2015, 22 June ) Adult breast milk drinkers aren’t just wasting their money – they’re endangering their health.

  6. David Stuckler and Sarah Steele (2014, 13 May) Migrants, the NHS and the threat of exclusion.

  7. Sarah Steele (2014) "Getting Tough’ through Reforming Migrant Access to the NHS." Border Criminologies (Published 21 April).



  1. (2017) Research Skills, Cambridge Counter Trafficking Summer School 2016, Cambridge, 18 July.

  2. (2016) Themes and Challenges, Cambridge Counter Trafficking Summer School 2016, Cambridge, 8-14 August.

  3. (2016) Research Skills, Cambridge Counter Trafficking Summer School 2016, Cambridge, 31July- 6 August.

  4. (2016) Expanded Charging of Overseas Patients, International Health Conference, Kings College, London, 20-22 June.

  5. (2016) Vulnerable Migrants and the NHS, Primary Care and Public Health, Birmingham, 18-19 May.

  6. (2014) Violence of Austerity: NHS reforms (Paper to the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies seminar, London, 10 September).

  7. (2014) Structural Violence and NHS reforms (Panelist, How Violent is Britain?, University of Liverpool, 16 May).

  8. (2014) Human Trafficking & Modern-day Slavery (Panel Talk followed by Q&A session, Cambridge, 28 April).

  9. (2013) War Crime, Wristbands and Web 2.0: Understanding Online Advocacy, Colonialism and ‘Civilizing Missions’ in Kony2012 (Paper Presented to the International Conference on Hate Studies, 18 April).

  10. (2012) Real Men Don't Trust Robots… or Buy Girls: Shaping Masculinities in Contemporary Anti- Trafficking Media (Paper to the Gender and Visual Representation Conference, University of Winchester, 12 Sept).

  11. (2012) Traffic on the Transitional Road: The Trade in Human Beings in the former Soviet Space’. (Paper to the 'Beyond the Wire': Regulating Division, Conflict and Resistance Conference, Nicosia, Cyprus, 5-9 September).

  12. (2012) "Real Men Don’t Buy Girls’: Patterning Masculinities by Objectifying the Objectifier in Anti-­Trafficking Law and Media. (Paper to the BODIES -­‐ SYSTEMS -­‐ STRUCTURES: Masculinities in the UK and the US, 1945 to the Present, TU Dresden, Jun).

  13. (2012) Trafficking and World TB Day (Commonwealth Secretariat, London, Mar).

  14. (2011) Human Trafficking - How It Happens and Working Towards Change. (Panellist, Cambridge Fabian Society, Wolfson College, 3 May).

  15. (2011) 'Combating the Scourge': New Slavery and the Male 'Other'. (Paper presented to the 2ND International Conference on Hate Studies, Spokane, WA, 6-9 April).

  16. (2011) An Evil, Contaminating Force: The Language of Disgust, Masculinity and Border Violation in US Anti-trafficking Laws. (Paper presented to the (Dis)Locating Gender Conference, Susan B. Anthony Institute for Gender and Women's Studies, Rochester, NY, 24-25 March).

  17. (2010) My body’s nobody’s body but mine: emerging liberal discourse around organ trafficking and masculinities. (Paper presented to the OHRDG, Oxford, 17 November).

  18. (2010) The forgotten gender(s): Men, Law and the United States Government’s Approach to Trafficking in Persons. (Paper presented to Beyond Law Conference, Osgoode Hall School of Law, Toronto, Canada, 21–22 May).

  19. (2010) Wounded Wimps and Alien Workers: Victim-hood, Men and Trafficking. (Paper presented to the Race and the (Imagi)nation: Discourses of (post)Race, Culture and Agency Conference, St Antony’s, Oxford, 24 April).

  20. (2009) Wimps, Workers and Warriors: US regulation since 2000 regarding trafficking in men and boys. (Paper to the Human Rights Group, University of Oxford, Nov).

  21. (2008) Men, Securitisation and the Bush Administration's approach to trafficking in persons. (Paper to the Human Rights Group, University of Oxford, Nov).

  22. (2008) Law, Men and Methodology. (Paper to the Socio-Legal Studies Seminar Series, University of Oxford, Nov).

  23. (2008) Memorialisation as a performative practice of international criminal law. (Seminar in Criminal Justice, School of Law, Flinders University of South Australia, July).

  24. (2007) Memory and the Rwandan genocide: Reflections on the incorporation of international justice into projects of collective memory. (Seminars in Criminal Justice, School of Law, Flinders University of South Australia, Aug).

  25. (2007) International Law in Action. (Radio Interview and Speech, Vision Generation, World Vision Youth, Adelaide).

  26. (2007) Attending to Dafur: Victims and International Law. (Panellist for the Forum on Darfur, United Nations Youth Association, Adelaide).

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