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

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11  The programmatic approach to combating trafficking in human beings

Ruud Hilgers

Introduction

Some crimes are revealed in a direct way by their obvious consequences: a broken lock and missing property (burglary), a dead body (murder or manslaughter), a damaged building (destruction). In general, the injured parties in such cases report them immediately to the police. But there are also crimes the consequences of which – the damage – are in fact not that obvious, and in which neither the damage nor the victim reveal the crime. Take corruption, for instance: both the briber and the person who is bribed usually profit from the crime, and so neither party has any interest in reporting it to the police. The damage of corrupt actions lies in loss ...

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