Seventy percent of the 600,000-800,000 people trafficked across international borders every year are women. And while the complex issue of trafficking occurs in different forms and affects both women and men around the world, it is women and girls who suffer most acutely. Women are particularly vulnerable to trafficking, largely due to gender inequalities that affect their economic and social status.

Trafficking of Women: U.S. Policy and International Law (2005)

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