Human trafficking is devastating for the victims but low-risk for the criminals, whose activities are largely hidden from view. To disrupt it, law enforcement is turning to some unlikely new partners—banks.

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Congressional Hearing: The Role of Technology in Countering Trafficking in Persons
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When: July 28, 2020 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Hannah Darnton, representing Tech Against Trafficking, is participating in a Congressional Hearing on ‘The Role of Technology in Countering Trafficking in Persons‘: Date: Tuesday, July 28, 2020 – 10:00am Location: Online via videoconferencing Subcommittees: Subcommittee on Research and Technology (116th...

Thailand: Forced Labour, Trafficking Persist in Fishing Fleets
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Forced labour and other rights abuses are widespread in Thailand’s fishing fleets despite government and industry commitments to comprehensive reforms. The report Hidden Chains: Rights Abuses and Forced Labour in Thailand’s Fishing Industry, by...Read More

Human Trafficking for Labour Exploitation/Forced and Bonded Labour: Identification – Prevention – Prosecution; and Prosecution of Offenders, Justice for Victims
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This paper focuses on the specifics of labour exploitation, particularly the identification, prevention and prosecution of offenders with the final goal of preventing trafficking and bringing justice for victims. The text is based on the 3rd and 5th...Read More

How does modern slavery happen?
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What are the tricks used to hold slavery victims in place?

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