Human Trafficking: Global Efforts, Foreign Policy and Data Collection

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Daniela Flynn (Editor)

Series: Human Rights: Contemporary Issues and Perspectives
BISAC: POL035010; SOC054000

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. Human traffickers exploit vulnerable individuals for commercial sex and forced labor in a variety of legal and illegal industries, both across the United States and around the world. This book provides an overview of human trafficking and a discussion of the challenges involved in combatting and tracking its prevalence.

Table of Contents

Preface

Chapter 1. Examining U.S. and Global Commitments to Combatting Human Trafficking
Committee on Foreign Relations

Chapter 2. Human Trafficking and U.S. Foreign Policy: An Introduction
Michael A. Weber

Chapter 3. Human Trafficking: Key Federal Criminal Statutes
Kelsey Y. Santamaria

Chapter 4. Federal Law Enforcement Efforts to Counter Human Smuggling and Human Trafficking
Kristin Finklea

Chapter 5. Impactt Human Trafficking Act
Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs

Chapter 6. Human Trafficking Data Collection Activities, 2023
U.S. Department of Justice

Chapter 7. Data Challenges Impacting Human Trafficking Research and Development of Anti-Trafficking Technological Tools
Committee on Science, Space, and Technology

Chapter 8. Criminal Justice Data: Human Trafficking
Emily J. Hanson and Kristin Finklea

Index

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