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.
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