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Cameron, S., & Newman, E. (Eds.). Trafficking in humans: social, cultural and political dimensions. Tokyo ; New York ; Paris: United Nations University Press. 
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Resource type: Book
BibTeX citation key: Cameron
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Categories: General
Keywords: criminalité, femmes, filière migratoire, globalisation, législation, mondialisation, prostitution, protection juridique, réseaux transnationaux
Creators: Cameron, Newman
Publisher: United Nations University Press (Tokyo ; New York ; Paris)
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[éditeur] Human trafficking is the recruitment and transportation of human beings through deception and coercion for the purposes of exploitation. This volume aims to deepen our understanding of its social, economic, and political contexts. The book considers whether an understanding of these underlying structural factors can inform both policy discussion and strategic intervention in the fight against trafficking.
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