Human trafficking / Christina Fisanick, book editor
- Detroit : Greenhaven Press, 
- Copyright Date:
- Physical Description:
- 204 pages ; 24 cm.
- Additional Creators:
- Fisanick, Christina
- Can governments reduce human trafficking? Laws and more education can stop child trafficking / Debbie Ariyo ; Legalizing prostitution increases human trafficking / Richard Poulin ; The Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorization Act has been effective / Deborah Pryce ; Laws meant to deter illegal aliens adversely affect trafficking victims / Mary Ellen Dougherty and Jane Burke ; Government corruption can lead to an increase in human trafficking / United Nations Global Initiative to Fight Human Trafficking -- What can individuals and organizations do to reduce human trafficking? Human trafficking is as difficult to define as it is to stop / Kerry Howley ; Educating johns about forced prostitution can help reduce demand / Miyoko Ohtake ; Outreach organizations can decrease child trafficking / Lisa Tsering ; Outreach organizations have a limited impact on reducing child trafficking / Mike Ceaser ; Prostitute alliances can combat human trafficking / Sarah Stuteville and Alex Stonehill ; Despite abolitionist efforts, human trafficking thrives / Priya Abraham -- Can global cooperation reduce human trafficking? Educating international military forces can reduce human trafficking / Keith J. Allred ; Efforts against human trafficking in the United States extend worldwide / Tara McKelvey ; Global efforts can reduce human trafficking in the Persian Gulf states / Barbara Degorge ; The World Trade Organization's migrant worker policies worsen human trafficking / Basav Sen ; Free trade agreements do not reduce human trafficking / Sarah Lazare ; Global sanctions do not reduce human trafficking / Farida Akhter -- What role do victims play in human trafficking? Victims of human trafficking are not to blame for their misery / Carollann Gamino ; Many trafficking victims do not cooperate with officials / José Cardenas ; Some trafficking victims blame themselves / Win Naing ; Victims of human trafficking are the responsibility of the world community / Pope Benedict XVI ; Hopes for a better future lure many victims into trafficking rings / John Celock ; Women traffickers victimize other women / Claudia Núñez.
- 9780737741421 (hardcover)
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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