The Work of the Human Trafficking Roundtable

The trafficking of human beings, modern-day slavery, is a multi-dimensional threat that deprives men, women and children both in the United States and around the world of their human rights. This global scourge increases health risks and fuels the growth of organized crime. Since 2006 when the General Assembly spoke out about child sex trafficking, General Assembly Mission Council staff have been working together to coordinate their work. With the 2008 General Assembly action calling for an expanded focus on human trafficking, The Human Trafficking Roundtable was constituted.

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