The Problem

For more than a decade the fight against forced labour and human trafficking has been mired in policy based on substandard research, poor methodology, unreliable data, and a lack of transparency. The passion of the anti-human trafficking community has not been matched with sufficient intellectual rigor. Extremely limited resources have been used without thorough understanding of the issues or analysis of the viability and effectiveness of existing programs.



Who we are

Established in 2002, the Human Trafficking Center is a research and advocacy organization comprised of graduate students and faculty at the Josef Korbel School of International Studies, University of Denver in Colorado, USA.



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