CNN: SEX TRAFFICKING - THE NEW SLAVERY
People who purchase illegally trafficked animal products are often aware they shouldn’t have bought that ivory bracelet or crocodile purse, but they rarely know the whole story of how that illegal product ends up on the shelf.
Reports of human trafficking have risen yearly since 2007 — a sign awareness may be growing. A team of airline workers has battled the problem for several years.
The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) is working to raise awareness in connection with National Human Trafficking Month, directing customers to signs that provide resources for reporting suspected incidents.
January 11 is National Day of Human Trafficking Awareness. The United States Congress designated this day in 2007 with the aim of raising awareness and encouraging people to take action to combat human trafficking.
Categories: CSR, Supply Risk, Supply Risk Management Tags: General News, Process and Best Practice The issue of forced labor is incredibly serious business when it comes to major supply chain risks. Not only that, it is also incredibly...Show More Summary
Photo Credit: Bucks Coalition Against Trafficking January 11th marks National Human Trafficking Awareness Day, an opportunity for community members to show support for trafficking victims and survivors through simple acts–like wearing...Show More Summary
January is National Human Trafficking Awareness Month
What if the clothing you buy could make a positive difference in the world? Sudara’s “Not a Sweatshirt” sweatshirt aims to help victims of sex trafficking by raising awareness and using funds to train and employ former victims in India. Show More Summary
Amal Clooney Introduces ISIS Human Trafficking Survivor & raises awareness! Lauraramoniquers, In the past we’ve done articles on Human Trafficking and what a huge issue it is all over the… The post Amal Clooney Introduces ISIS HumanShow More Summary
Wildlife trafficking is serious business – so serious that the cast of AMC’s hit drama The Walking Dead have taken some time away from fighting zombies to film a new nationwide campaign to raise awareness about the illegal trade. AnShow More Summary
A survey by the International Organization for Migration (IOM) has found that 76 percent of almost 1,400 migrants and refugees interviewed had been aware of offers of money for blood, body parts and organs, as well as human trafficking and other exploitation.
The San Diego Public Library is working to reduce local sex trafficking statistics with Out of the Shadows, a comprehensive sex trafficking awareness campaign. Out of the Shadows, funded by a $25,000 grant from the Rancho Santa Fe Women’s...Show More Summary
This is the final article in a three-part series written by Jenna Elfman for WhoSay to raise awareness about child sex trafficking in the United States. As National Human Trafficking Awareness Month has just come to a close, I want to...Show More Summary
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?
As I tucked my 4-year-old daughter into bed last night, I kissed her softly on the cheek, told her I loved her, and reminded her that I was in the next room to protect her. She always sleeps better when I say that, and, well, I thoroughly enjoy doing it. If ever there was a little girl made of "sugar and spice," it's her.
This article is the second in a three-part series written by Jenna Elfman for WhoSay to raise awareness regarding child sex trafficking in the United States. To read the first article, head here. Did you know that a type of slavery still...Show More Summary
January is National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month, and the FBI’s efforts to combat trafficking—part of the overall U.S. government effort—will continue unabated in 2016.
As of Jan. 1, signs that intend to raise awareness of human trafficking are now required to be displayed at many public places and even some businesses across Florida.
This article is the first in a three-part series written by Jenna Elfman for WhoSay to raise awareness regarding child sex trafficking in the United States. I've always associated child sex trafficking with countries like Thailand or Brazil. Show More Summary