What role does politics play in the TIP Report? Seven days before the release of the TIP Report, the U.S. and Cuba took steps to [...]
Source: Human Rights First
Trafficking Lawsuits; Corporate Liability
Trafficking lawsuits have recently addressed human slavery in the supply chains of large companies, setting precedents for [...]
Victims Find Help through Anti-Trafficking Organizations
Two million in the U.S. work as domestic laborers and some of those are trafficked. These jobs include dishwashers, nannies, maids, [...]
U.S. Customs Enforce Ban on Slave-Produced Goods
The U.S. Customs last week issued two “withhold release” orders that blocked goods suspected of being made with slave labor...
Florida’s Agricultural Labor Trafficking
For more than twenty years, the Coalition of Immokalee Workers in central Florida has been a trailblazer against human trafficking in [...]
Luskin Center for Innovation: New Report
Sarah Godoy of the Luskin Center for Innovation just released a new report that indicates there is a need for efforts to quantify human [...]
Forced Labor in Colombia
When it comes to media, these two words seem to be synonymous: Columbia and drug trafficking...
Myth, Traffickers Only Target Poor and Uneducated
Myth, trafficking: Only the poor and uneducated are targeted. While true to some degree, many victims don't fit this description. The [...]