migrants, refugees, human trafficking
As the migrant and refugee numbers show a continual growth around the world, there is a pressing need to find solutions to end the suffering of migrant women, men, and children as they become victims of human trafficking. Understanding the current situation and the challenges that exist with migrants and refugees can lead to finding ways of developing preventive measures, including (1) prosecuting traffickers, (2) protecting victims and (3) cooperating in counter-trafficking efforts, according to the World Migration Report in 2022 and the Survivor Inclusion Initiative in 2021. New research needs to be pursued, policies and programs need to be implemented and ongoing collaboration between sectors needs to be strengthened to stop the trafficking of migrants and refugees.
"Migrants, Refugees and Human Trafficking,"
Journal of Nonprofit Innovation: Vol. 3:
2, Article 6.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/joni/vol3/iss2/6