Symposium on Human Trafficking: A Day of Learning

This project convened a three-part symposium in May 2006 on human trafficking. It explored the social, political, and economic factors that underlie human trafficking; the links between international peacekeeping and trafficking; how trafficking intersects with public health issues; and the U.S. government's policy responses to trafficking. A summary, transcripts, and audio recordings of the symposium are available below.

Summary Report of Sessions 1-3: Downloadable PDF

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The Human Trafficking ScourgeMay 2, 2006

The Human Trafficking Scourge

Human trafficking is a growing problem, affecting virtually all countries, according to a recent UN report on the crime. But the problem has yet to be confronted in many countries and non-governmental groups are divided on what to do.

Meetings

Roundtable Meeting

Women and Foreign Policy Symposium: Human Trafficking - An Overview

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Roundtable Meeting

Women and Foreign Policy Symposium: Human Trafficking - Global Health and Security

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Symposium ⁄ New York

Women and Foreign Policy Symposium: The U.S. Government Response to Trafficking

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