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Written by Dionysus, Headline Diplomat eMagazine, LUDCI.eu
Trafficking in persons is a multifaceted global problem. It cuts across several dimensions such as irregular immigration, forced displacement of migrant workers and populations, the refugee protection system, a transnational organized crime involving organized crime networks, as well as human rights violations.
Trafficking in persons is often characterized as modern slavery, according to the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR).
Trafficking is frequently linked to exploitation, sex trade, and d...
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