Global Travel Technology Giant Sabre Holdings to Sign the Code and Join ECPAT-USA in the Fight Against Human Trafficking

Global Travel Technology Giant Sabre Holdings to Sign the Code and Join ECPAT-USA in the Fight Against Human Trafficking

Posted by on Jun 7, 2012 in Americas, Business, Human Trafficking | No Comments

Published in: ECPAT-USA Sabre Holdings, has joined members of the travel and tourism industry to fight sexual exploitation of children by becoming the 8th approved member to sign the Tourism Child-Protection Code of Conduct (The Code). Sabre is the first travel technology company of its kind to sign the Code and will use its unique position to […]

Separating Rhetoric from Reality: Security and Migration Along the US-Mexico Border

Separating Rhetoric from Reality: Security and Migration Along the US-Mexico Border

Posted by on May 7, 2012 in Americas, Human Trafficking, Migrants | No Comments

Human Rights Generation Last month, the Washington Office on Latin America (WOLA) and Mexico’s College of the Northern Border (COLEF) released Beyond the Border Buildup:Security and Migrants along the U.S.-Mexico Border, a year-long study of the current security situation on the U.S.-Mexico border and the impact of both countries’ security policies on the migrant population. With presidential […]

Trafficking in War Zones: Making Zero-Tolerance Meaningful

Trafficking in War Zones: Making Zero-Tolerance Meaningful

Posted by on May 1, 2012 in Americas, Human Trafficking | No Comments

By Steven Watt ACLU Last week in Little Rock, Ark., Attorney General Eric Holder spoke eloquently and forcefully on the problems of human trafficking in the U.S. Holder noted the problem — one of “crisis proportions” — takes place both outside and within our borders: In communities nationwide, human trafficking victims often are hiding in […]

Turning a blind eye to North Korea’s ‘hidden gulag’

Turning a blind eye to North Korea’s ‘hidden gulag’

Posted by on Apr 13, 2012 in Asia, Human Trafficking | No Comments

Published in: The Washington Post WHILE ATTENTION focused on North Korea this week ahead of Friday morning’s missile launch, hundreds of Americans, Koreans, Japanese and others gathered in Washington to examine a different aspect of life in that communist nation: its “hidden gulag.” That was the title of an unprecedented conference organized by the U.S. […]

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