Guest Host: Steve Roberts

Anti-crime experts report that human trafficking and smuggling have become big business for organized crime networks. Some believe that as many as 200 million people worldwide may be involved. A panel discusses what is known about trends in human smuggling and trafficking and the global law enforcement challenge.

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  • Frank E. Loy Under Secretary of State for Global Affairs
  • Robert Paiva International Organization for Migration
  • Hae Jung Cho Coalition to Abolish Slavery and Trafficking

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