GAATW, 2011, 102 pages
In this report the GAATW (Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women) points out that a broad definition of human trafficking is needed since the ‘traditional’ one focuses on the sex industry as the primary, if not the only, site of trafficking. The last years have seen, especially in Europe, a growing attention to what is termed as ‘trafficking for labour exploitation’ as something somehow separate or different. The creation of two separate and distinct categories such as ‘trafficking for labour exploitation’ and ‘trafficking for sexual exploitation’ could prove to be helpful.
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