Title

Ending Human Trafficking in the Twenty-First Century

Date of Publication

2021 12:00 AM

Security Theme

Human Rights

Keywords

human rights, human trafficking, aim of exploitation, forced labor, sex trafficking, human right violations

Description

In this Council Special Report, Jamille Bigio, senior fellow for the Women and Foreign Policy program at the Council on Foreign Relations, and Rachel Vogelstein, Douglas Dillon senior fellow and director of the Women and Foreign Policy program at the Council on Foreign Relations, offer a valuable primer on the nature and extent of the problem, explain why it matters, and provide numerous viable policy prescriptions. They also deftly take stock of the frameworks currently in place meant to stop human trafficking, including the Palermo Protocol and, in the United States, the Trafficking Victims Protection Act; describe how and why these policies fall short; and suggest how vi Foreword governments, private industry, and the security and development sectors can narrow this gap.

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Ending Human Trafficking in the Twenty-First Century

In this Council Special Report, Jamille Bigio, senior fellow for the Women and Foreign Policy program at the Council on Foreign Relations, and Rachel Vogelstein, Douglas Dillon senior fellow and director of the Women and Foreign Policy program at the Council on Foreign Relations, offer a valuable primer on the nature and extent of the problem, explain why it matters, and provide numerous viable policy prescriptions. They also deftly take stock of the frameworks currently in place meant to stop human trafficking, including the Palermo Protocol and, in the United States, the Trafficking Victims Protection Act; describe how and why these policies fall short; and suggest how vi Foreword governments, private industry, and the security and development sectors can narrow this gap.