Since the last Glob­al Report on Traf­fick­ing in Per­sons in 2014 there have been a num­ber of sig­nif­i­cant devel­op­ments that rein­force this report’s impor­tance, and place it at the heart of inter­na­tion­al efforts under­tak­en to com­bat human traf­fick­ing. Per­haps the most wor­ry­ing devel­op­ment is that the move­ment of refugees and migrants, the largest seen since World War II, has arguably inten­si­fied since 2014. As this cri­sis has unfold­ed, and climbed up the glob­al agen­da, there has been a cor­re­spond­ing recog­ni­tion that, with­in these mas­sive migra­to­ry move­ments, are vul­ner­a­ble chil­dren, women and men who can be eas­i­ly exploit­ed by smug­glers and traffickers.

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