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Labor trafficking occurs when someone is coerced, forced or lured to work or provide a service. Labor trafficking affects children, women and men of all ages and backgrounds. (Source)
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Child Sex Trafficking
Child sex trafficking is also called the commercial sexual exploitation of children (CSEC). While any child can be a victim, traffickers often target those children that are most vulnerable.
We use our data analysis to understand what vulnerabilities are the key factors that allows this trafficking to occur and build solutions to stop them. Learn more about this issue at Thorn.