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Fact or fiction: what do we really know about human trafficking? by Ann Jordan

“64 percent of all the world’s statistics are made up right there on the spot “82.4 percent of people believe ‘em whether they’re accurate statistics or not”1 Statistics form the core of many policies, funding decisions and program designs around human trafficking into forced labor and debt bondage. But are the statistics accurate? How can people decide whether statements such as the following ones are supported by evidence?

Issue-Paper-3 Fact or Fiction – What Do We Really Know About Human Trafficking

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