Migrants at Risk: How U.S. Policies Facilitate Human Trafficking
March 24, 2014
"By creating a punitive deportation regime, the Obama administration has made it harder to locate trafficked persons and to assist them. The U.S. government undoes one set of policies as it enforces another; it holds out assistance to an exceptional few and handcuffs to the many," Denise Brennan, professor of anthropology and author of Life Interrupted: Trafficking into Forced Labor in the United States, on U.S. policies toward human trafficking.
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