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Trafficking for the Purposes of Labour Exploitation

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Dowling, Samantha, Karen Moreton, and Leila Wright. 2007. Trafficking for the Purposes of Labour Exploitation: A Literature Review. Home Office Online Report 10/07. London: Home Office. 




This report sought to identify relevant research literature that focused on trafficking for labour rather than sexual purposes.  The methodology of the literature search employed is described.  The discussion of findings is divided into two parts; the first focuses on adults and the second on children.  The authors summarize the recommendations made in the literature and highlight knowledge gaps.  Over 75 references are listed. 







Human trafficking


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