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Chapter 15: The Challenges of and Potential Solutions to the Problem of the Trafficking of Women and Children: An Overview

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The Challenges of and Potential Solutions to the Problem of the Trafficking of Women and Children: An Overview
The challenges of and potential solutions to the problem of the trafficking of women and children: An overview
SutapaBasuUniversity of Washington

This chapter will begin with an introduction and background to the trafficking of women and the matchmaking industry, specifically in the United States. Current U.S. trafficking policy and its implementation will also be discussed. In addition, information on how best to assist women survivors of trafficking via policy expansion and coordination of service organizations, authorities, and government will be included.

An Overview of Trafficking
The Trafficking Network

Simply put, human trafficking, or modern slavery, is the international and domestic transport of human beings solely for the purpose of their exploitation. Though ...

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