The website provides information about key demographic, economic, labor force, and socio-political conditions. In addition to a narrative report on the country’s trafficking situation, the graphics present information on factors like corruption, poverty, unemployment, migration rates, civil liberties, union rights, etc. that provide important (though not absolutely determinative) insights into the conditions and structures of a society that are associated with risk of trafficking, as well as other forms of labor exploitation.

Credit: The State Department’s Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons, Verité, Made in a Free World & the Aspen Institute