Posted on

31 July 2020


At the same time, the necessary measures put in place to ‘flatten the curve’ are exacerbating the risks for some of the world’s most vulnerable people falling victim to trafficking and are putting those same people at higher risk of contracting the virus. Women and children are particularly vulnerable at this time.

Read our interactive interpretation of ASEAN-ACT’s victim rights researcher paper Dr Marika McAdam on the increased risk of vulnerable people becoming victims of trafficking during and after the COVID-19 pandemic.