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Human Trafficking: Better Data, Strategy, and Reporting Needed to Enhance U.S. Anti-Trafficking Efforts Abroad
Thomas Melito (au)
Human trafficking is a worldwide form of exploitation in which men, women, & children are bought, sold, & held against their will in involuntary servitude. In addition to the tremendous personal damage suffered by individual trafficking victims, this global crime has broad societal repercussions, such as fueling criminal networks & imposing public health costs. In 2000, Congress enacted the Trafficking Victims Protection Act (TVPA) to combat trafficking & reauthorized this act twice. This report reviews U.S. international anti-trafficking efforts by examining: (1) estimates of the extent of global trafficking; (2) the U.S. gov’ts. strategy for combating the problem abroad; & (3) the Dept. of State’s process for evaluating foreign gov’ts. anti-trafficking efforts. Tables.
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