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Rapport américain sur la traite des personnes

mardi 3 juillet 2018, par webmaster

The nature of human trafficking—multifaceted, complex,
and clandestine—poses significant challenges for the
development of effective anti-trafficking policies. The root
causes of the crime are deeper than any one of its facets
and relate to larger systemic conditions such as poverty,
forced migration, racism, and discrimination, among many
others. Understanding human trafficking in its local context
is critical to developing a meaningful response.
Traffickers, perhaps instinctively, know this well. Although
human trafficking is often associated with organized crime,
and in some cases is facilitated by sophisticated criminal
syndicates, in many others it is driven by loose networks,
families, or individuals operating independently. Using their
first-hand knowledge of local systems, behaviors, social
structures, and individual interactions, traffickers exploit
vulnerabilities, often betraying the trust of their communities.