This report reveals the reality of international labour recruitment for low-wage, temporary jobs in the United States, examining recruitment in Mexico, home to the largest number of temporary migrants who labour under H-2 visas in the U.S.

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National Hotline 2016: Puerto Rico Report
Publications

The following information is based on incoming communication with the National Human Trafficking Hotline from January 1, 2016 – December 31, 2016 about human trafficking cases and issues related to human trafficking in Puerto Rico.  ...Read More

The Degradation of Work: The True Cost of the Shrimp
Publications

As in any modern industry, technology has revolutionized the production and distribution of seafood. Today, highly perishable products, once caught solely in the wild, can be farmed, processed, packed, and shipped to destinations worldwide in a matt...Read More

Freedom of movement for persons identified as victims of human trafficking: An analysis of law, policy and practice in the ASEAN Region
GuidancePublications

Author: Marika McAdam Sheltering victims of trafficking require a complex balance to be achieved between the rights of victims (including to freedom of movement and liberty), and the sometimes competing interests of other stakeholders. This Study...Read More

Sextortion: Findings from a Survey of 1,631 Victims
Publications

Janis Wolak and David Finkelhor Sextortion is defined as threats to expose a sexual image in order to make a person do something or for other reasons, such as revenge or humiliation. In an effort to better understand the threat of sextortion and ...Read More