Labor trafficking is becoming harder to track as companies' supply chains intertwine and evolve in an increasingly globalized world. Some experts think better data — and new applications — can help untangle the webs of labor exploitation.

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  • Claire Luke

    Claire is a journalist passionate about all things development, with a particular interest in labor, having worked previously for the Indonesia-based International Labor Organization. She has experience reporting in Cambodia, Nicaragua and Burma, and is happy to be immersed in the action of D.C. Claire is a master's candidate in development economics at the George Washington Elliott School of International Affairs and received her bachelor's degree in political philosophy from the College of the Holy Cross.

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