Taiwan appears to rank very high on combatting human trafficking.
Some news reports below.
Also noticed this very interesting comment from a separate source “Many ships remain at sea for years at a time, selectively disabling their transponders and stopping at “refrigeration mother ships” or remote, uninhabited islands to resupply, transfer victims to other ships”
People that illegally coordinate their own illegal trips to other countries are kind of a different category and may not be fully covered under human trafficking.
Specifically, “insufficient staffing and inspections have continued to impede efforts to combat forced labor on Taiwan-flagged and -owned fishing vessels in the highly vulnerable distant water fleet,” the report said.
Migrant domestic caregivers also “remained at a higher risk of exploitation in the absence of specific legislation ensuring their labor rights,” it said.