Reading between the lines of the world’s top human-trafficking report

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Reading between the lines

Reading between the lines of the world’s top human-trafficking report

By John Cotton Richmond
https://www.atlanticcouncil.org/blogs/new-atlanticist/reading-between-the-lines-of-the-worlds-top-human-trafficking-report/
Survivors of human trafficking lack the necessary assistance from governments, while offenders continue to operate with impunity. Victim identification is down—but bans on the import of goods made by victims of forced labor are on the rise. Survivor leadership matters, and more countries than ever are listening to victims.

These are just some of the facts revealed in the US State Department’s 2022 Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Report, released Tuesday, the gold standard when it comes to actionable information on human trafficking.

It provides an account of 188 countries’ efforts to hold perpetrators accountable, provide survivors services, and prevent trafficking.

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