Free movement of skills could lead to more trafficking in persons

The Caricom Free Movement of Skilled Nationals could result in an increase of human trafficking in person in Caribbean countries.

This is according to Coordinator of the Anti-Trafficking in Persons Unit, Department of Public Security of the Organization of American States, Fernando Garci-Robles.

Robles was at the time addressing the opening of a two-day workshop on trafficking in person today at the Regency Hotel in Hadfield Street.

In the keynote address the OAS security expert also cautioned that the Caribbean is becoming an important transshipment point for the illegal trade.


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