Ways of tackling the global problem of human trafficking by targeting the digital technology that traffickers use to facilitate the multi-billion pound trade will be explored at a workshop hosted by the University of Dundee next month.
‘Stop Traffic: Unweaving the Web of Online Human Trafficking’ takes place at the University’s Dalhousie Building on Monday, 2nd September. Academics and practitioners from across the UK will join their colleagues at Dundee to discuss ways of measuring and fighting the global trade, with a specific focus on the online resources that traffickers rely on.
15 Aug 2013
‘Unweaving the Web of Online Human Trafficking’ – experts to discuss global trade