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Barriers and Opportunities for More Effective Identification of Victims of Human Trafficking: Insights from Bangladesh, Cambodia, and Taiwan

Published on 5 June 2022

Every year, countless people become victims of human trafficking. The number is countless because the vast majority of those cases go unidentified and unreported. As a result, victims remain invisible, go unsupported, continue to suffer abuses, and continue to face stigma and trauma even after finding their way out of trafficking. This lack of visibility also makes it difficult to really understand how trafficking works, which seriously hinders international counter trafficking efforts.

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Kasper, E. and Chiang, M. (2022) Barriers and Opportunities for More Effective Identification of Victims of Human Trafficking: Insights from Bangladesh, Cambodia, and Taiwan, Little Rock AR: Winrock International

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Eric Kasper

Research consultant

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Mina Chiang

Alumni and external consultant

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published by
Winrock International
doi
10.19088/IDS.2022.033
language
English

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