AMU podcast: Two experts discuss methods to combat the growing, abhorent trend in human trafficking around the world.
January is National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month. Combating these inhuman practices is as important today as it was a decade ago.
Our inaction on sexual violence and human trafficking carried out by terrorist groups is robbing too many young girls of their childhood. It has to end.
Opinion: Release immigrant children to their adult counterparts, if successful, will result in a number of children being trafficked by sexual predators.
Children removed from their families and placed in institutional care are at greater risk of being trafficked, the U.S. warned Thursday in an annual report.
Reflecting upon my friend’s story (and stories similar to hers) I am reminded of how complex issues such as immigration reform can easily be reduced to sound bites calling for blunt enforcement of border security law as it is written.
Human trafficking initiative: The world’s airlines have launched a global awareness and industry-wide training program called #EyesOpen.
Analysis: In Mexico, disclosing bribery can be met with retaliation in the form of threats or even assassination. In the U.S., agencies are more transparent about investigating corruption.
"To all the bros thinking about buying a slave, this one is $8,000," begins the May 20 Facebook posting, which was attributed to an Islamic State fighter.