TRACE-ing human trafficking: Project Findings

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Abstract

Human trafficking is one of the largest criminal enterprises in the world. It is a multi-billion-dollar crime of global scale. This is because human trafficking as a criminal enterprise continues to evolve as a high profit-low risk business for perpetrators and challenges policy makers, law enforcement agencies and civil society organisations working to prevent and combat human trafficking and assist trafficked persons. The TRACE project aims to support these three target groups by assessing and consolidating information about traffickers and trafficked persons, the wider criminal enterprise and its modus operandi, and the role of technology, as well as current and future trends. Understanding the crime within the broader context of the human trafficking enterprise can assist these three target groups in their efforts to effectively disrupt the human trafficking activities now and in the future.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherTRACE
Commissioning bodyEuropean Union FP7
Number of pages71
Publication statusPublished - 1 May 2016

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TRACE-partners (2016). TRACE-ing human trafficking: Project Findings. TRACE.
TRACE-partners. / TRACE-ing human trafficking : Project Findings. TRACE, 2016. 71 p.
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