Slavery is big business. Exploiters rake in an estimated $150 billion a year, but globally we’re only spending $124 million to fight it. Human trafficking spans labor markets from mining and agriculture to sexual exploitation and domestic work, entrapping about 21 million people worldwide. It’s a complex problem that needs the best minds working together to fix it. That’s why Human Rights First is bringing together key players from the private and public sectors to bankrupt slavery.
Published on February 3, 2015
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