A Vulnerable World: The High Price of Human Trafficking

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Pope Francis has called human trafficking "an open wound on the body of contemporary society." In this monograph, Elise Graveline Hilton discusses both the economic and moral fallout of modern-day slavery. With an estimated 21 million people trafficked annually, the business of buying and selling human beings for both labor and sexual exploitation is burgeoning. Trafficking is a global atrocity but one that we have the ability and the means to thwart. While exploring the broad scope of human trafficking, A Vulnerable World: The High Price of Human Trafficking offers the reader realistic ways to begin to diminish this threat to human flourishing.

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Elise Graveline Hilton holds a BA in religious studies from Alma College and an MA in world religions from Western Michigan University. After taking time to raise her five children, she returned to the paid workforce a decade ago. As the Communications Specialist for the Acton Institute, she writes regularly at the Acton PowerBlog and speaks on faith, family and sanctity of life issues.

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Edited By No
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ISBN 978-194250303-3
Page Count 85
Publisher Acton Institute
Year Published 2015
Book Excerpt N/A
SKU 2272015


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