In the area of combatting human trafficking, technology is both a help and a hindrance. As the tech sector evolved, it gave traffickers new and easier ways to recruit victims, with an accent on social media’s role.
High-level diplomats from across the OSCE region met at the Secretariat today to discuss ways to stamp out trafficking for domestic servitude in diplomatic households, focusing on the outcomes from a series of workshops held by the Organization's anti-trafficking Office during the past three years.
Men are more vulnerable to trafficking than women; children are protected from trafficking in Armenia. These are the topics of the debates that started 28 November in Yerevan, Armenia.