Confronting sex trafficking: Lessons from history

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Sex trafficking, the trafficking of women and children for the purposes of sexual exploitation, is recognized today as a worldwide problem, affecting hundreds of thousands each year. It is not, however, a new phenomenon. This paper will discuss the lessons raised by the National Vigilance Association's response to this problem.

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  • Prostitution
  • Sex trafficking
  • Sexual abuse
  • Social work history

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  • Viviene E. Cree

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