|Dimensions||8.75 × 5.75 cm|
Human Trafficking is a quick reference text which provides an overview of the issues surrounding the act of modern-day slavery, touching on the scope of the problem, the regional trends in trafficking patterns and discussing the roles played by key actors – governmental, non-governmental agencies and developmental partners in the fight and prevention of human trafficking.
Gabriel Feyisetan, the author of this book, demonstrates a knowledgeable understanding of the shared global school of thought on human trafficking. He sets in motion both the developmental and economical issues as caused by the act. With the testimony of victims, he exposes how this social evil plays out in various regions across the globe. Highlighting some measures taken to curb the menace by stakeholders, he also recommends suitable strategies for combating this cankerworm.