Human Trafficking: Victims, Services and Awareness


Brian Small (Editor)

Series: Human Rights: Contemporary Issues and Perspectives
BISAC: SOC054000; SOC000000

Trafficking, which involves the buying and selling of human beings to profit from their labor or sexual degrading, is a crime with life-shattering effects for many of the victims. Through threats or deceit, human traffickers force the most vulnerable members of society into servitude to meet the demands for cheap labor and sex workers.

Table of Contents


Chapter 1. Human Trafficking in the United States: Protecting the Victim
Committee on the Judiciary

Chapter 2. Protecting Victims of Trafficking: The Non-Punishment Principle
Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons

Chapter 3. Human Trafficking Awareness Training for Health Care Professionals
Kristin Finklea and Elayne J. Heisler

Chapter 4. Human Trafficking and Child Welfare: A Guide for Caseworkers
Child Welfare Information Gateway

Chapter 5. Human Trafficking: Department of State Collaborates with Partner Governments on Child Protection Compacts but Should Strengthen Oversight
United States Government Accountability Office


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