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Labor Trafficking Focus of Concordia Summit

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    October 11, 2015
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The fifth Annual Concordia Summit will focus on Labor Trafficking…

The Summit in New York City, will explore solutions involving global challenges and public-private partnerships.  Many of the discussions focused on labor trafficking and the estimated 20.9 million human trafficking victims worldwide.  It is estimated that  most–68%–are victims of forced labor.   Much profit is gained in this crime and at low risk. There were surprisingly only 4,443 global convictions  last year.

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