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Trafficking in Persons 2014: Introductory Material
John F. Kerry (fr); Luis CdeBaca (fr)
Human trafficking undermines the rule of law and creates instability and tears apart families and communities. It damages the environment and corrupts the global supply chains and labor markets that keep the worldäó»s economies thriving. There is also a moral obligation to meet this challenge. This report assesses how well the U.S. and governments worldwide are meeting that responsibility. In the 14 years the U.S. has produced the Trafficking in Persons Report, the world has made tremendous progress in the fight against human trafficking. The 2014 report provides assessments of what almost every government in the world is doing to combat modern slavery. It also takes a hard look at the journey from victim to survivor, making recommendations and highlighting effective practices that, if implemented, could ease the path forward for countless survivors around the world. Figures. This is a print on demand report.
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