Rich in funds but short on facts: the high cost of human trafficking awareness campaigns | openDemocracy

“When we reduce global concerns about women’s labour to questions of trafficking – which strips women of agency – we overlook the much bigger and more profound abuse undertaken by the global garment industry.”

Anne Elizabeth Moore has just published a great piece on the cost of focusing on human trafficking on real women in precarious positions. Check it out here: Rich in funds but short on facts: the high cost of human trafficking awareness campaigns | openDemocracy

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