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Full report: "On-Ramps, Intersections, and Exit Routes: A Roadmap for Systems and Industries to Prevent and Disrupt Human Trafficking"

Author: Polaris, Published on: 9 October 2018

As with any enterprise, human trafficking ventures are not built in a vacuum but rather depend on and intersect with legitimate industries and systems. Examples are abundant. Traffickers use banks for their earnings and buses to move their victims around; hotel rooms are integral to some sex traffickers, while social media is a recruitment trawling ground for others. The details matter. The more we know about the business plans of human trafficking, the better we can prevent and disrupt the crime and help survivors find freedom. To learn more, Polaris surveyed and interviewed the real experts on human trafficking - the survivors who lived through it. This report compiles what we learned, and how those insights can be used by businesses committed to change.

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