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Slavery and Human Trafficking in 2013

Introduction Reports and statistics from the UN, national governments, and politically diverse NGO’s demonstrate that human trafficking and slavery are as common today as they were during the years when transAtlantic slave trading was a legal enterprise. Estimates place the number of global victims as high as 29 million. The

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Michael Brooks

Michael Brooks

Michael Brooks is an OODA analyst and MLitt Candidate in International Security Studies at the University of St. Andrews. Previously, he spent three years working on global health and economic development projects in Central and Eastern Africa and the Middle East.