A Look at Human Trafficking


Stephanie P. Garcia (Editor)

Series: Safety and Risk in Society

BISAC: SOC000000

Human trafficking (also known as trafficking in persons) refers to the subjection of men, women, or children to exploitative conditions that may be tantamount to modern-day slavery. It imposes social and public health costs and undermines government authority. This book looks at human trafficking issues.

Table of Contents


Chapter 1. Human Trafficking: State and USAID Should Improve Their Monitoring of International Counter-trafficking Projects

Chapter 2. Human Trafficking: Agencies Have Taken Steps to Strengthen International Anti-trafficking Projects

Chapter 3. Immigration Relief for Victims of Trafficking

Chapter 4. Human Trafficking and Foreign Policy: An Introduction

Chapter 5. Trafficking in Persons: Child Protection Compacts


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