More People Being Trafficked Globally, In Conflict Zones, UNODC Report Shows
Thomson Reuters Foundation: Human trafficking worsens in conflict zones as militants deploy slaves — U.N.
“Human trafficking is becoming more ‘horrific’ in conflict zones, where armed groups keep women as sex slaves and use child soldiers to spread fear, the United Nations said on Monday, warning of widespread impunity. From girls forced to wed to boys made to cook and clean, militants are using trafficking as a tool to boost their control in areas where the rule of law is weak, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) said in a report…” (Guilbert, 1/7).
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