Looking behind the mask of confusion: towards a better understanding of human trafficking

@inproceedings{Kruger2011LookingBT,
  title={Looking behind the mask of confusion: towards a better understanding of human trafficking},
  author={Boniface Kruger and Hennie Oosthuizen},
  year={2011}
}
The crime of human trafficking has recently received extensive global and local attention. However, owing to the complex and multifaceted nature of this crime, a clear, uniform understanding of this phenomenon remains a challenge. Although some references are made to the South African context, this article explores definitional and related issues pertaining to this phenomenon primarily from an international perspective in order to enhance the understanding of human trafficking. 

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