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Topic: Human Trafficking: Home

A guide to resources on domestic and international human trafficking.

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Human Trafficking crosses many disciplines, including: political, criminal, business, sociological, psychological, and historical. It can be found throughout the world in urban, suburban, and rural areas. International, national, and local governments and non-profits are working to help victims, prosecute criminals, and prevent the spread of this scourge.

Human Trafficking can include sexual exploitation primarily of women and children, forced labor exploitation of citizens and non-citizens, and forced removal of organs.

Trafficked in America (Frontline, April 24, 2018)

Photo from Trafficked in America video

At 14 minutes, learn about human trafficking at the
DeCoster egg farm
in Turner, Maine.

Trafficking Videos, Articles, & Reports

RSS Google News Feed: Human Trafficking

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Relevant Books & Ebooks

Web Resources

Sky is Falling / St. Andre's Home

Maine Sex Trafficking

Suggested Search Terms

To find materials on this topic in URSUS (catalog) or Databases (articles) or OneSearch (URSUS + articles), try the following terms, either as Subject Headings or keywords:

  • human trafficking
  • child trafficking
  • sex trafficking
  • child sex trafficking
  • modern slavery
  • prostitution
  • migrant trafficking
  • slave labor
  • sex tourism

Each year 200 to 300 people are sex trafficked in Maine

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