Human Rights

4 ways the US can take the lead in the fight against human trafficking 

A victim in a social support centre for trafficked girls near Catania in Italy

Millions of men, women and children are trapped in situations of exploitation from which they cannot escape Image: REUTERS/Tom Esslemont

Anne Gallagher
President, International Catholic Migration Commission
Luis C. deBaca
Robina Fellow, Gilder Lehrman Center for the Study of Slavery, Resistance, & Abolition, Yale University
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