HUMAN TRAFFICKING
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UN rights expert urges Seychelles to adopt anti-trafficking measures
February 4, 2014
The UN Special Rapporteur on trafficking in persons, especially women and children, Joy Ngozi Ezeilo on Friday urged the island nation of Seychelles to establish a National Action Plan to combat human trafficking, and to hasten to pass the draft anti-trafficking bill currently circulating in its leg....... [more]

Corruption costing EU billions: report
February 3, 2014
Corruption costs EU member states approximately ?120 billion each year, according to the European Commission (EC) EU Anti-Corruption Report released Monday. The first-ever EC report on the subject details the nature of corruption in each member state as well as the impact corruption has on the....... [more]

Report finds Eritrea's military involved in human trafficking to Sudan
December 5, 2013
A team of Dutch and Swedish researchers released a report on Wednesday which concluded that senior military officers in Eritrea are kidnapping Eritrean children and smuggling them into Sudan. The report, entitled "The Human Trafficking Cycle: Sinai and Beyond," was released and presented during a he....... [more]

International rights experts call for concerted global response to human trafficking
October 18, 2013
A UN independent rights expert on Friday joined with two other key international anti-trafficking expert mechanisms to call for global cooperation in the fight against the transnational trafficking of persons. Human rights experts from the UN, the Council of Europe (COE) and the Organization for Coo....... [more]

Victims of human trafficking need further help to reintegrate: UN report
October 15, 2013
A UN-backed report released Monday warned that victims of human trafficking in South-East Asia are not given adequate help for reintegration into their communities. Reintegration of human trafficking victims involves many steps following an individual's exit from trafficking, but begins with identif....... [more]

UN rights expert urges Italy to increase efforts to fight human trafficking
September 20, 2013
The UN Special Rapporteur on trafficking in persons, especially women and children, Joy Ngozi Ezeilo called Friday on the government of Italy to increase efforts to disrupt and eliminate human trafficking. In the release issued at the end of Ezeilo's official visit to the country she concluded that....... [more]

Human Trafficking
July 21, 2013
Slavery was a socially accepted and promoted practice in Greek and Roman antiquity and in Eastern empires. The modern practice of human trafficking is another iteration in the history of the international slave trade. An intricate global network connected traders in Africa to merchants in emerging E....... [more]

International Efforts to Combat Human Trafficking
July 19, 2013
Human trafficking occurs across the globe, but the UN International Labor Organization (ILO) reports that it is more prevalent in regions of conflict. Women and children are more likely to become victims, and on August 30, 2005, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights stated that human trafficking....... [more]

Human Trafficking in the US
July 19, 2013
Even since human slavery was officially banned through the Thirteenth Amendment to the US Constitution, human trafficking continues to present an ongoing problem in the US and abroad. The US State Department reports that between two to four million individuals are trafficked worldwide annually, with....... [more]

Human Trafficking Introduction
July 19, 2013
Slavery was a socially accepted and promoted practice in Greek and Roman antiquity and in Eastern empires. The modern practice of human trafficking is another iteration in the history of the international slave trade. An intricate global network connected traders in Africa to merchants in emerging E....... [more]

Human Trafficking Timeline
June 30, 2013
6/25/2013: UN rights expert urged Morocco to combat human trafficking 6/20/2013: Supreme Court ruled US cannot withhold HIV/AIDS funding over prostitution stance 6/3/2013: Japan and UN reached agreement to combat drug and human trafficking 1/4/2013: Tennessee judged ruled law concerning human tra....... [more]




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