Confronting Child Trafficking
Indiana Health Law Review, 18(1): 95-106 (2021)
12 Pages Posted:
Date Written: January 8, 2021
In this essay, based on a lecture delivered at the Hall Center for Law and Health at Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law, the author reflects on anti-trafficking efforts over the past twenty years. He then outlines the framework of a public health approach to child trafficking, with a view to developing a comprehensive, integrated response that prevents the harm from occurring.
Keywords: human trafficking, child trafficking, public health, prevention, human rights
JEL Classification: K30, K32, I10, I18,
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