Practice Guidance

Child trafficking: types of exploitation and risk indicators

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Introduction

Learning points Explains the different types of exploitation experienced by children who have been trafficked, including domestic servitude and criminal exploitation Highlights a range of factors, such as cross-border movement and types of employment, which may indicate that a child is a victim of trafficking Suggests a range of ways in which social workers can […]

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