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Trafficking in Persons Report 2014: Introductory Material
John F. Kerry (fr); Louis CdeBaca (fr)
There is perhaps no greater assault on basic freedom than the evil of human trafficking. 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. No government has done a perfect job responding to this crime. But should that day arrive when human trafficking disappears, one fact will remain certain: what has happened to the victims of modern slavery can never be undone. For those who have endured the exploitation of modern slavery, even the most effective justice system and the most innovative efforts to prevent future trafficking will not reverse the abuse and trauma that millions of trafficking victims have endured. With the right support and services, however, victims can move beyond their suffering and forward with their lives. With the right legal structures and policies, they can see justice done. With the right opportunities, they can make choices about the lives they want and even use their experiences to help guide and strengthen efforts to help fight this crime. In addition to assessments of what almost every government in the world is doing to combat modern slavery, this yearäó»s Trafficking in Persons Report 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. This is a print on demand report.
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