Can Law Enforcement Alone Combat Human Trafficking?

Globally, the $32 billion-per-year human trafficking industry is estimated to affect 2.4 million people. This April, the Director of the United Nations Office on Drug and Crime asked for further action from the global community, calling for “progressive and proactive law enforcement” and “activities to combat the market forces driving human trafficking.”

To shed light on the issue, Columbia University’s TMP’s “The Great Debate” turned to the experts with the question: Is Law Enforcement Alone Enough to Reduce Human Trafficking?

Learn more at the TMP/Morningside Post article: Great Debate: Human Trafficking.


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