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2. Poverty or relative deprivation? Understanding the supply side.

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  • Forced Labour & Trafficking in Europe: How People are Trapped in, Live Through & Come Out; 2008, p11-15, 5p
  • This section examines data from the supply side of migrant workers to support the argument that potential migrants with a relatively poor socio-economic background coming from poor countries and having low levels of education are more prone to fall prey to traffickers than others. It concludes that trafficking victims are more likely to be constrained by a lack of financial resources. Additional push factors including discrimination, corruption, and political instability are also examined.
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