Human Trafficking

by Cheryl Taylor Page, Robert William Piatt, Jr.

Tags: Human Rights, International Law, Women and the Law

280 pp $38.00

ISBN 978-1-61163-719-9
eISBN 978-1-5310-1292-2

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Slavery has not been eradicated. Human Trafficking explores the legal, moral, and political attempts to contain sex and labor trafficking. The authors bring unique perspectives to these topics. Professor Page, an African-American woman all too familiar with the vestiges of slavery, has written and lectured internationally on trafficking. Professor Piatt, a Hispanic law professor and former law school dean, brings his international experience as an educator, author, and advocate regarding immigration and human rights matters to bear. The book considers efforts at containment, including controversial topics such as whether prostitution should be legalized. It concludes with specific approaches to eliminate trafficking.

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