Human Trafficking

(Book - 2012)
Human Trafficking
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Title: Human trafficking
Publisher: Detroit : Greenhaven Press, c2012
Characteristics: 211 p. :,ill., maps ;,24 cm
Statement of Responsibility: Margaret Haerens, book editor
Contents: Ch. 1. Global trends in human trafficking. Europe is plagued by human trafficking / Amanda Price
The Philippines is a center for human trafficking / Girlie Linao
Iceland addresses its human trafficking situation / Lowana Veal
Zimbabwe is a major route for human trafficking / Paidamoyo Muzulu
Bosnia has a growing human trafficking crisis / Alexandra Scherle
South Africa is a hotbed for human trafficking / Rebecca Wynn
Israel is a favorite destination for human traffickers / Mona Alami
Israeli authorities are not doing enough to reduce human trafficking / Dana Weiler-Polak
Ch. 2. Factors contributing to human trafficking. Global human trafficking is a by-product of capitalism / Julia Suryakusuma
Nepal's human trafficking problem is a result of poverty / Barbara Gunnell
China's widespread child trafficking is aided by corruption / Andreas Lorenz
Spain's casual acceptance of prostitution leads to human trafficking / Alasdair Fotheringham
Disaster leaves Haitian women in danger of being human trafficking victims / Emilio Godoy
Ch. 3. Strategies to reduce human trafficking. UN launches a global plan of action to combat human trafficking / United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime
Canadian leaders urge cooperation on a global plan to fight human trafficking / Mark Kennedy
Great Britain looks to prosecute human traffickers more effectively / Robert Booth
The Western Hemisphere needs NGO involvement to confront human trafficking / Kelsey Cary
Sweden's success in fighting human trafficking could be a model for other countries / Jonathan Power
Kenya passes new laws to combat human trafficking more effectively / IRIN
Australian officials need to apply a broader vision to address the issue of human trafficking / Sharon Pickering and Marie Segrave
Cambodia protects women from traffickers by banning marriage to South Korean men / Brian McCartan
Japanese anti-trafficking activists make a difference / Thomasina Larkin
Canada launches an anti-trafficking campaign / Joanna Smith
Ch. 4. Aiding the victims of human trafficking. Ghana struggles to reintegrate human trafficking victims into society / Lucy Newman
Thai human trafficking victims reunite with families in the United States / Teresa Watanabe
Nigerian female victims of sex traffickers must be educated about voodoo / Asumpta Lattus
The United States needs to stop detaining victims of human trafficking / Alison Parker and Meghan Rhoad
Additional Contributors: Haerens, Margaret
ISBN: 0737756594
Branch Call Number: 306.362 H9188g 2012
Bibliography: Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Headings: Human trafficking
Topical Term: Human trafficking
LCCN: 2011022634
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