Posts Tagged: Page 4

January 5, 2015

How US Temporary Work Visa Laws Enable Forced Labor and Exploitation

In honor of the U.S. National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month the HTS blog and social media accounts will focus …

December 30, 2014

National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month

In 2007 the U.S. Senate designated January 11 as National Day of Human Trafficking Awareness. While never passed in the …

December 22, 2014

Ending Trafficking Domestically and Abroad

When most people in the United States hear the words “human trafficking”, they often think of it happening in places …

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 …

December 1, 2014

Arizona’s Human Trafficking Problem

This week, Arizona launched End Sex Trafficking AZ, a public awareness campaign and study aimed at combating sex trafficking. The …

Sustained Effort to Eliminate Child Slavery
November 24, 2014

Sustained Effort to Eliminate Child Slavery

10696263_1515703668678354_3614213108823739386_n Four years ago, I attended a forum in Washington, DC, sponsored by the International Labour Organization (ILO), entitled A …

November 17, 2014

Human Trafficking as a Social Movement

Social change emanates from people working together towards a greater good. Some of the greatest historical movements engaged student activists …

November 10, 2014

ISIS Continues to Engage in Sex Trafficking

Over two months have passed since Dr. Haleh Esfandiari’s groundbreaking piece highlighting ISIS’s cruelty towards women and the little media …

November 4, 2014

Top 4 States for Human Trafficking

While the United States has robust anti-trafficking efforts on national and local levels, it is still a major source and destination country, with high …

October 20, 2014

Successful Reintegration Takes Care

Armine* – a poor, single mother of three children living in a destitute multi-generational household in rural Armenia – was …