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Labour Migration, Human Trafficking and Multinational Corporations by Antonela Arhin, Ato Quayson

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10  Responding to labour trafficking

Suggestions from experiences of local service providers

Amy Stephens, Romesh Hettiarachchi and Sung Hyun Yun

While efforts to minimize human trafficking can be categorized as prosecution of the trafficker, prevention of the crime and protection of the victim, most countries have concentrated their anti-human trafficking efforts on prosecuting the trafficker rather than crime prevention and the protection of victims. There is little literature on the effectiveness of Canadian programs to protect victims of labour trafficking. This paper examines responses to the exploitation of trafficked individuals at both national and local levels. It aims to promote a best-practice approach grounded in the principles of ...

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