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World Day against Trafficking: Challenging misconceptions about it in migration pathways

Some of the people most vulnerable to being trafficked are among the world’s 281 million international migrants. Image: REUTERS/Surapan Boonthanom

Céline Bauloz

Senior Research Officer, International Organization for Migration

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Data accessed 14 July 2021 Image: Counter Trafficking Data Collaborative
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