Post Profile

Tackling Asia's Human Trafficking With Facebook, WhatsApp And LINE

Frontline organizations working with victims of trafficking are seeing their work increasingly move to social media, like Facebook, WhatsApp, and LINE.
read more


Related Posts

U.S. vet now trying to save human trafficking victims

United States / Washington D.C. : Post Now

"Drew" is a former master sergeant who volunteers with the Exodus Road, an American nonprofit group, to help police in Southeast Asia save human trafficking victims and capture traffickers.

Mobile messaging apps are gaining on Facebook in Asia, as Line hits 10m users in Thailand

Technology : The Next Web Blog

It’s been more than a week since Facebook was linked with the possible acquisition of WhatsApp. While the industry has moved on quickly — such is life when rumor and... Keep reading ?

Southeast Asia Has a Plan to Tackle Human Trafficking, but There's an Elephant in the Room

News : Vice News

The word corruption does not appear even once in the new 10-year plan to tackle human trafficking recently signed by six Asian nations — even though it is the grease which keeps the engine running.

Line, Japan's Take On WhatsApp, Is Creating A Digital Butler Service

Business & Finance : Fast Company

The messaging app seeks to stimulate revenue growth, with a focus on amassing users in Asia rather than Europe or the U.S. The Line messaging app, a Japanese rival to WhatsApp and WeChat, is working on a digital butler service in it...

The Trauma Economy: The Demand For Sex Trafficking And The Fight To End It

Business & Finance : Forbes: Business

As awareness about human trafficking increases, more organizations are stepping up to help tackle this tragedy. How will you do your part to end demand?


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC