Prevention, Protection, and Prosecution: An Assessment of Anti-Trafficking Efforts

Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Holly J. Burkhalter and E. Benjamin Skinner speak about the challenge of documenting modern slavery, designing effective interventions, and bringing those interventions to scale.

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