Higher Education for Displaced Women: A Defense Against Human Trafficking

Explains the role higher education can play in protecting displaced women from gender-based violence and human trafficking. The paper discusses the human trafficking problem, the current state of education for displaced women, and the ways in which displaced women are at risk of violence. The paper works through each of these sections before arriving at the remedies higher education proposes and ends with successful programs and potential next steps.

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