South Africa: Stopping Human Trafficking before the WorldCup

Julie Tanner published an article on globalpost.com in which she unveiled her opinion on how  the tourism industry and international travellers can help stoppig human trafficking in the host country 2010: South Africa.

I think it is an article that is worth reading. Below you find the first abstract, followed by the link to the full article.

“NEW YORK — With the start of the FIFA World Cup Finals quickly approaching, it’s easy for soccer fans to get caught up in the excitement of the matches, the grandeur of new stadiums and the rush of people visiting South Africa from around the world. But the influx of half a million tourists will have the unintended consequence of creating new opportunities for human trafficking…”

To read the full article, go here: http://bit.ly/aejIvu

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