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International Humanitarian Law

Research and content developed by Oshole Imhoagene; Libguide developed by Becca Maree

According to professor of Anthropology, Tiantian Zheng, "issues of human trafficking in China range from forced marriage to forced labor, forced sex work, sale and profitable adoption of babies and human smuggling." China, because of its scope of trafficking crimes, has become an international source, transit, and destination for global human trafficking. See Zheng, Human Trafficking in China(2018), available as a link below. 

Efforts to Combat Human Trafficking in China

Anti-Trafficking Organizations in China