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The UK is a country of destination with thousands of victims of Modern Slavery arriving from other countries only to be exploited by criminals. Slavery takes many different forms and affects adults, children, men and women.
With over 66% of all trafficking victims being transported across at least one international border (UNODC 2014), the aviation industry is a prime vector in the movement of victims. Used in conjunction with other forms of transport, it offers a great many possibilities and routes, making it difficult for authorities to monitor and analyse activity.
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