OKOLIE-OSEMENE, James (2017) A Study on Human Trafficking for Sexual Exploitation within th Gulf of Guinea countries
This paper reviews the available literature on human trafficking for sexual exploitation within the Gulf of Guinea countries. It situates the context, nature and networks of human trafficking in order to identify the intersection between the sources, transit and destination of the illicit trade. The study also pinpoints the human right implications of human trafficking and the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats to the anti-trafficking activities. By so doing, it sets out the current trends in the existing literature on human trafficking with a emphasis on West Africa.