Dispelling common misconceptions within the anti-trafficking movement

Human trafficking is a relatively young field of research. Commonly-shared ideas about trafficking’s scope and nature are often based on early, often disproven research and even sometimes on comments made off the cuff by politicians and pundits. As a result, misconceptions about trafficking abound and are oftentimes repeated by organizations and scholars alike. This one-pager dispels some of these misconceptions in an effort to bring more rigor to the field. Available for print and online distribution, this handout can be useful for anyone wanting to learn more about the field

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