The Growth of Human Trafficking and Policy Resolutions


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The Growth of Human Trafficking and Policy Resolutions
This study will analyze the increasing growth of the international sex trade and of the policy resolutions that can help to prevent further expansion of this trafficking via trade policies and agreements in the legalization of prostitution. By understanding the victimization of primarily female persons from around the world, the poorest countries are often the most exploited of the world’s international trade. This defines some of the crucial aspects of the legality of sex trafficking that do not involve consensual parties, which reveals the need for wealthier countries to define parameters for preventing this type of abuse via kidnapping, rape, and other atrocities committed against...
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