Human Trafficking in the United States

In recent months, Georgia State University faculty and members of the Georgia General Assembly have considered the prevalence of modern domestic human trafficking. Some scholars argue that the problem is much bigger than we realize, while others argue that the amount of domestic human trafficking has been severely overestimated. If you’d like to learn more about this issue, the GSU Library can help.

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  1. Human trafficking is a problem worldwide, but it is difficult to detect since most of the time those being trafficked are willing corroborators. Human beings are being trafficked from “poor countries/regions” to “richer countries/regions” with promise of greener pasture. The issues normally comes up when they do not get the greener pasture promise them some ending up in squalor.