Strategising prevention: a critical review of local initiatives to prevent female sex trafficking

  title={Strategising prevention: a critical review of local initiatives to prevent female sex trafficking},
  author={Vidyamali Samarasinghe and Barbara Burton},
  journal={Development in Practice},
  pages={51 - 64}
This article reviews prevention strategies initiated and implemented by NGOs across the globe to address female sex trafficking. It sets out the conceptual bases for anti-trafficking measures in general, and prevention measures in particular, before presenting a representative cross-section of programmes and approaches that are currently underway. The authors identify some of the gaps apparent in these responses, and offer recommendations to improve the implementation of prevention strategies… 

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