New Report Highlights Links between Children’s Institutions and Human Trafficking

21 December 2021
Research Innovation

Lumos recently released a new global thematic review on the links between children’s institutions and human trafficking. This review highlights how the relationship between the two compounds the harmful nature of both phenomena and offers insight into the global response needed. As the case for care reform continues to be made in many parts of the world, it is critical to recognize and understand these links so that interventions, advocacy and policies can be put in place to disrupt the systems and processes that negatively impact children’s lives.

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