Is human trafficking truly an intractable problem?
Two decades after the Palermo Protocol came into force, is extreme exploitation un-solvable?
Combating trafficking requires addressing social inequality: Q&A | Part III
Many factors drive the current trafficking industry, but its fundamental root is human poverty. To address this...
Ignorance and misunderstanding undermine current anti-trafficking initiatives: Q&A | Part II
Anti-trafficking efforts will fail as long as states and citizens continue to frame the victims of trafficking as...
Narrow viewpoints and conflicting interests undermine anti-trafficking efforts: Q&A | Part I
Current anti-trafficking measures are weak because of a lack of inter-agency cooperation combined with a...