Trafficking - A demand led problem? Part 1: Review of Evidence and Debates

This review comprises the first part of a multi-country research project that investigated the "demand side of trafficking." It begins with a definitional analysis of the term "trafficking" and considers the methodological difficulties of undertaking research in this area. Section 2 delves into the concept of "demand." The next two sections examine the relationship between demand and trafficking in two sectors: sex work and domestic service. The report ends with a discussion of the policy implications. Over 200 references are listed.

Published 2010-08-10

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