Tackling human trafficking at the roots: preventing a life of crime and a life of exploitation

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When discussing the root causes that are linked to the business of human trafficking, the TRACE research conducted at the early stages took into account external factors – social, economic and political  – that are all part of the environment surrounding the individuals concerned. The findings conclude that factors such as political instability, armed conflict, border management, poverty and social exclusion, corruption, and the presence of co-ethnic communities in the destination country influence the business of human trafficking. TRACE researcher Amy Weatherburn (VUB) provides an excellent summary and reflects on some of the key findings from the TRACE project. For more click here.

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