Trafficking In Persons Report 2006

June 2006 TIP report

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Date of publication:  01 Jun 2006 Publisher:  U.S. Department of State Publication type:  Report / Study / Data

The 2006 Report sheds new light on the alarming trafficking of people for purposes of slave labor, often in their own countries. This is a form of human trafficking that can be harder to identify and estimate than sex trafficking, yet it may be much greater in size when we count domestic trafficking. It does not necessarily involve the same criminal networks profiting from transnational trafficking for sexual exploitation. More often, individuals are guilty of, for example, enslaving one domestic servant or hundreds of unpaid, forced workers at a factory.

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English

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