The subject and purpose of this study is to examine the trafficking in women, which is a component of the underground economy as a historical criminal activity, with its general causes, effects, and Turkey dimension. By its very nature, trafficking in women is done secretly from the state, and the state tries to control it. With the global COVID-19 pandemic, trafficking in women has not changed shape, but it continues to exist as a severe socio-economic problem all over the world. Turkey, which is integrated with the contemporary capitalist system, which is intertwined with underground economic activities, is not a country where women's trafficking is intense, but it has been a route in the Afro-Eurasian geography since she became a migration center. Trafficking in women revolves on four wheels (human rights violation, sexual exploitation, glocalization, and the sex sector). Turkey and other states have to implement both the UN's global standard struggle programs and various national economic policies in order to stop these wheels.
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