Liberty Global | Asia Releases New Paper on Nexus Between Human Trafficking and Corruption

11 October 2018
Research Innovation

Liberty Global | Asia released a new paper, “On Thin Ice: Proving What We Know to be True, An Examination of the Nexus Between Human Trafficking and Corruption”, that takes a closer look at how corruption creates the environment for human trafficking to occur. The paper highlights data collection limitations and calls for more collaboration and developing good governance supported by infrastructure and transparency. Read the full paper here.

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