This paper discusses the article "Trafficking and Health" by Joanna Busza, Sarah Castle, and Aisse Diarra. Human trafficking is unfortunately addressed by many political systems as a migration issue ‐‐ to be dealt with by restricting the rights of migrants, tightening border controls, etc. However, as we see in this article it is more of a health and human rights issue than anything else. Addressing a problem with the wrong diagnosis does nothing to solve it and oftentimes exacerbates it, and human trafficking is no exception to this. But with the right approaches, the damage caused by trafficking can be mitigated ‐‐ and we can remain optimistic that it can be largely eliminated from our global society.
"On “Trafficking and Health”,"
e-Research: A Journal of Undergraduate Work: Vol. 3
, Article 4.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.chapman.edu/e-Research/vol3/iss3/4
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