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Review of Recent Research on Human Trafficking in the Middle East

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Bibliographic information:


Calandruccio, Giuseppe. 2005. "A Review of Recent Research on Human Trafficking in the Middle East." In Data and Research on Human Trafficking: A Global Survey, ed. F. Laczko and E. Gozdziak, 267-300. Geneva: International Organization for Migration.




This chapter begins with a review of research that has been conducted on the region as a whole, and continues with an overview of the predominant characteristics of human trafficking in the Middle East and highlights key trends.  It then reviews the principal policy approaches adopted to address the problem.  The article briefly discusses the primary methodologies employed in the studies reviewed, then provides a more lengthy assessment of data sources.  The review ends by identifying research gaps and offering recommendations for future action.  Forty references are listed. 







Human trafficking


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