Human Trafficking: A Problem With a Past

Attwood, R. 2019. Human Trafficking: A Problem With a Past. Real History. 1 (1), pp. 42-43.

TitleHuman Trafficking: A Problem With a Past
TypeJournal article
AuthorsAttwood, R.
Abstract

Nowadays, we think of human trafficking as a very modern problem, associated with sophisticated organised crime syndicates and cutting-edge technologies. However, human trafficking (the movement of people for different forms of labour, organised by someone else) is in fact a problem with a long past. This article illumiates aspects of the early history of trafficking and antitrafficking networks in England.

Keywordstrafficking, migration, women, Jewish history, anti-trafficking, sex work, prostitution, labour
JournalReal History
Journal citation1 (1), pp. 42-43
Year2019
Web address (URL)https://www.realhistorymagazine.co.uk

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