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“No Experience Necessary”: The Internal Trafficking of Persons in South Africa
Written by Laura Gauer Bermudez, M.S.W.   

IOM LogoThis report was prepared on behalf of the International Organization for Migration (IOM) by research consultant, Laura Gauer Bermudez, with funding from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) in South Africa.   “No Experience Necessary”: The Internal Trafficking of Persons in South Africa was completed over a period of six months, beginning in March and ending in September 2008, with the aim of providing relevant qualitative findings concerning the internal trafficking of persons for the purposes of commercial sexual exploitation, forced labour, and the removal of organs.

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Getting To Grips With Trafficking
Written by Robyn Pharoah   

Reflections on Human Trafficking Research in South Africa

South Africa has committed itself to developing specialised legislation to combat the trafficking of human beings within, to and from South Africa. Between May and June 2006, the South African Law Reform Commission (SALRC) invited public comment on draft trafficking legislation; yet we still know relatively little about trafficking in South Africa. There are no official statistics on trafficking. A handful of studies on trafficking have been conducted but these have been limited in size and geographical scope. The studies have also been compromised by imprecise definitions and a bias towards sexual exploitation, raising questions about their usefulness for policy design.

This is a reflection on these studies.

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