Title: Preventing Amphetamine
Author: United Nations Publications
Year of Publication: February 2008
Publisher: United Nations Publications
“Preventing Amphetamine” is a research paper that reveals the findings of a multi-country pilot study carried out to investigate the demand side related to the trafficking of human beings. The paper focuses on employer demand for domestic workers in private homes and consumer demand for commercial sexual services in selected European and Asian countries. The paper concludes that in both sex and domestic work, the absence of effective regulation is one of the factors that help to create an environment in which it is possible and profitable to use forced labour.
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