Thursday, January 15, 2015

2014 In Human Trafficking | International Political Forum

The pressure of unprecedented globalisation has meant that human trafficking and modern day slavery are inescapable realities of our political system. From Pope Francis declaring human trafficking as a “crime against humanity” to forced labourin Thailand’s seafood industry, the issue of human trafficking has been contemplated in 2014 in a way that it has not been before. Contemplation, however, does not effectively tackle the unfavourable issue of human trafficking; neither does it halt thegrowing vulnerability of migrants in a period of brisk economic change. A new year entails a new direction, and a contemporary approach to a perennial issue.

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