Trafficking: Two Stories

"Trafficking" is the dark underside of globalization. It is defined as the using of force, lies or violence to recruit, move and hold people in what becomes a form of slavery; i.e. forced labor or service without sufficient (or perhaps any) pay or the opportunity to leave.

It is found in many kinds of work including agriculture, domestic service, prostitution, restaurants and many other businesses.

Read more in Access to International English, pp. 187-189. Then do the tasks in the textbook and on this website.


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