Bullying, Human Trafficking, Sex trafficking, Human Rights
Jonathan Todres researches and writes on a range of issues related to children’s rights and child well-being. Todres’ research focuses on child trafficking and related forms of exploitation, the law’s response to violence against children, economic and social rights issues, legal and cultural constructs of childhood, and human rights in children’s literature. Todres serves as a regular advisor to nongovernmental organizations working on legislative and policy initiatives to address trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation of children, including as Child Rights Advisor to ECPAT-USA (End Child Prostitution and Trafficking) and as a board member of the Georgia Asylum and Immigration Network. He is also a Fellow of the American Bar Foundation. Prior to attending law school, he worked for a number of years in international development and served as a U.S. Peace Corps volunteer in Thailand.