The Causes of Trafficking
The Causes of Trafficking can be categorised as:
- Macro which include the barriers to regular migration imposed by the most developed countries who force thousands of potential migrants to rely on the so-called informal travel “agencies” for achieving their personal goals and fulfilling the related expectations in a country different from the one of origin. The end purpose for which trafficking takes place is the request for cheap labour and the demand to satisfy exotic and new sexual needs.
Micro which are rooted in the social, cultural, economic and political milieu of the countries of origin, transit and destination. These are manifested, in varying degrees, in the discrimination of women and girls, in economic downturn that dry up the labour market placing a great number of persons, particularly minors, in vulnerable situations.
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