Trafficking

National Human Trafficking Prevention Month

National Human Trafficking Prevention Month  By Emily Miller, Writing Intern The month of January is Human Trafficking Prevention Month. When people picture the fight against human trafficking, they may imagine SWAT teams breaking into brothels and saving the exploited victims in action-movie style. However, the most efficient means of fighting human trafficking is prevention. While …

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February 5th Forum with Ambassador John Cotton Richmond

Please join us February 5th for a discussion with Ambassador John Cotton Richmond on human trafficking trends in the United States Ambassador Richmond is an attorney and diplomat focused on ethical business, human rights, democracy, and rule of law. He served in the country’s highest position dedicated to combating human trafficking as a U.S. Ambassador …

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Impact of COVID-19 on Human Trafficking 

Impact of COVID-19 on Human Trafficking  By Ruthi Hoffman Hanchett    After nearly 10 months of a global pandemic that has brought death, isolation, poverty, and fear, those of us in the anti-trafficking community continue to ask the question; how will this affect human trafficking?  While data is still emerging and information may be more anecdotal than …

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National Slavery & Human Trafficking Prevention Month

This January, the Global Center for Women and Justice is honoring National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month through an emphasis on solutions for the heightened levels of exploitation brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.    Even under normal circumstances, identifying and providing resources to human-trafficking victims is challenging. Now, with the added complications of the pandemic, NGOs and law enforcement around the world are struggling …

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Ensuring Justice in Argentina

The Global Center for Women and Justice (GCWJ) traveled to Argentina for eight days this past June to present on anti-trafficking best practices. Nestled between Paraguay and Brazil, the Misiones province in northern Argentina is reported as especially vulnerable to human trafficking due to the tri-border region.

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