Government and NGO Efforts to Suppress Sexual Exploitations
The topic being addressed, continued existence of sexual exploitation and trafficking, is of crucial importance to the researcher due to a significant lack of research about what works and what does not work to reduce the prevalence of these human rights concerns. With the developed world and the United Nations accepting that this practice is wrong and should be stopped, why do developing countries still allow trafficking and exploitation within state borders to happen?
Lucerna, Vol. 11, January 2017, p. 79-100
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