Posts Tagged: human trafficking

Slavery’s Legacies in Human Trafficking Advocacy
December 15, 2014

Slavery’s Legacies in Human Trafficking Advocacy

Amid the recent uproar over the unprosecuted deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner in the United States, two history …

December 8, 2014

Toward Sustainable Anti-Human Trafficking Solutions: The Power of Reliable Information

In the early 2011, I embarked upon a fascinating but rather daunting assignment. I was tasked with evaluating Nepal’s efforts …

October 13, 2014

Student Convening Signals a New Era of Human Trafficking Activism

The National Center for Civil and Human Rights has a two-prong approach. One, to tell the stories of brave individuals …

September 29, 2014

Does pornography drive demand for sex trafficking?

The relationship between pornography and sex trafficking continues to be a controversial topic. As we have addressed previously at HTS, …

September 15, 2014

ISIS’s Human Trafficking Crimes Get Little Attention

In the wake of U.S. President Obama’s announcement last week of his plan to combat ISIS, press attention around the …

September 8, 2014

Unaccompanied Migrants & Human Trafficking

Congress returns today, September 8 to unfinished business: trying to pass a budget and respond to the President’s request for …

February 3, 2014

Fighting Human Trafficking Through Art

As a photographer, I became aware of human trafficking for the first time in 2005 during an assignment for the …

January 20, 2014

Largest Human Trafficking Incident in America

In early 2011 the Texas Attorney General shocked the public by announcing that the Super Bowl is the single largest …

December 16, 2013

Communities Vulnerable to Human Trafficking: Refugees

In the second of the three-part blog on vulnerable communities, we will be addressing the topic of human trafficking within …

Human Smuggling Becomes Human Trafficking in Canada
May 31, 2013

Human Smuggling Becomes Human Trafficking in Canada

Human trafficking and human smuggling are terms often used interchangeably but there is a very big distinction. Interpol explains the …