Human Trafficking Around the World
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Introduction Part I: Work Visa Loopholes for Traffickers 1. United States 2. Japan 3. United Arab Emirates Part II: Stateless Persons 4. Thailand 5. Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories Part III: Unrest, Displacement, and Who Is in Charge 6. Colombia 7. Iraq 8. Syria Part IV. Conflation 9. Canada Part V: Conflicting Agendas 10. Italy 11. France Part VI: Gender Apartheid 12. Iran Part VII: Social Hierarchy 13. India 14. Niger 15. China Part VIII: Muti Murder 16. South Africa Part IX: Hard-To-Prove Criterion and a Slap on the Wrist 17. Australia 18. United Kingdom 19. Chile 20. Germany Part X: Transparent Borders 21. Poland Part XI: Fear Factor 22. Mexico Part XII. Poverty and Economic Boom 23. Russia 24. Brazil Conclusion Notes References Index

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An unprecedented study of sex trafficking, forced labor, organ trafficking, and sex tourism across twenty-four nations

About the Author

Stephanie Hepburn is an independent journalist whose work has been published in Americas Quarterly, USA Today U-Wire, and Gender Issues. She is a weekly and monthly contributing writer for the New Orleans Times-Picayune. A graduate of the University of Michigan and the Washington College of Law at American University, she integrates her legal and journalism backgrounds to create pieces that are highly informative and have a human tone. Her book with Rita J. Simon, Women's Roles and Statuses the World Over, was named an Outstanding Academic Title by Choice, Rita J. Simon is a University Professor in the School of Public Affairs and the Washington College of Law at American University in Washington, D.C. She has published more than forty books and is currently the editor of Gender Issues.

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Stephanie Hepburn and Rita J. Simon make an effective case that while the specifics of trafficking vary depending on its focal point, there are certain constants. In their review of a range of countries, they demonstrate that economics, geography, civil unrest, societal inequality, and gender disparities play a major role in how trafficking manifests itself. -- Christa Stewart, New York State Office of Human Trafficking, Office of Temporary Disability Assistance I recommend this comprehensive study to anyone wanting to understand the fight against the modern-day slavetrade. The book stands apart by augmenting nation-by-nation accounts of trafficking realities with critiques of existing local anti-trafficking measures and consideration of local obstacles. Supported by diverse sources, the authors set forth clear policy recommendations to combat trafficking. -- Lori J. Johnson, staff attorney, Farmworker Unit, Legal Aid of North Carolina Human trafficking and sexual exploitation are complex issues which differ in nature from country to country, and very often accounts of human trafficking are based on anecdotal evidence. Hepburn and Simon managed to delve beneath the surface of policies and legislation within the various countries that they studied by involving those who are involved at a grass root level and have come up with a fascinating account of these practices in the various countries covered in their book. -- Carol Bews, assistant director, Johannesburg Child Welfare Society This volume demonstrates ways in which global migration policies and programs facilitate human trafficking by focusing on law enforcement rather than promoting uniform labor standards. Its broad focus helps readers compare practices among countries and understand the transnational impact of national legislation and policies on human trafficking around the globe. -- Gretchen Kuhner, author of the American Bar Association's Human Trafficking Assessment Tool Report Immensely well-documented and useful. Kirkus Reviews an immensely learned and informative piece of work, much needed to prod and set aright the misperceptions and lethargy that beset this disturbing issue. -- John Tirman Washington Post Superior and well-written, this is the rare resource that is both scholarly and approachable, making it a must-read Library Journal

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