Annotated Guide to Internet Resources on Trafficking in Women
AbstractA carefully selected introduction to current research available on the Internet about trafficking in women, this annotated list contains international responses to the global scope of the flesh trade. Articles contain vivid accounts of the violence, degradation and poverty inherent in sexual exploitation, and provide analysis and possible courses of action. Hundreds of websites offering research and promoting activism to combat global prostitution and trafficking already exist and more are being created. Some of the resources are located on "gateway sites," which contain valuable links to related sites.
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