Human Trafficking Types

Super category for all types of trafficking, from child marriage to organ harvesting.

PBJ Learning Marks Two Thousandth Human Trafficking Article
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PBJ Learning Marks Two Thousandth Human Trafficking Article

Vast Human Trafficking Knowledge Vault Hits New Educational Content Landmark By: PBJ Learning AUSTIN, Texas – Oct. 6, 2022 – PRLog — PBJ Learning is proud to announce the release of their 2000th Knowledge Vault article. These curated and catalogued educational articles can be accessed by anyone on the internet for everyone to use as a research tool to learn about…

Third Committee – Social, Humanitarian & Cultural Issues | UN Press
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Third Committee – Social, Humanitarian & Cultural Issues | UN Press

Note: A complete summary of today’s Third Committee meetings will be available on Tuesday, 4 October. Briefing DELPHINE SCHANTZ, of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), expressed her agency’s support for Member States in their fight against drugs, corruption, terrorism and organized crime, including crimes that affect the environment, and cybercrime.  Championing…

Salt and light on human trafficking | Opinion | hpj.com
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Salt and light on human trafficking | Opinion | hpj.com

Editor’s note: PBJ Learning is non-denominational. Human trafficking is a serious problem but certainly one that is easy to not spend any time on unless you have personally been affected. At a recent conference Dr. Katherine Welch from Indiana had just returned from 20 years in Thailand and she shared what she witnessed regarding trafficking…

'Real People That We Care About Are Being Exploited' – POLITICO
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'Real People That We Care About Are Being Exploited' – POLITICO

MEDFORD, ORE. — Early on a warm August morning in 2021 — as helicopters and drones hovered overhead — three women huddled under a sheet of plastic in a southern Oregon greenhouse. Outside, state, federal and county law enforcement were raiding the massive unlicensed cannabis farm where the women had worked for two months. Officers…

Meadville woman to go to trial in Mifflin County on labor trafficking charges – Yahoo
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Meadville woman to go to trial in Mifflin County on labor trafficking charges – Yahoo

Oct. 1—LEWISTOWN — A Meadville woman will stand trial in Mifflin County on charges of labor trafficking and involuntary servitude involving four underage girls at a vehicle detailing shop she owns in Lewistown. Ellen Cummings, 44, of 15554 Rogers Ferry Road, Friday waived her right to a preliminary hearing on multiple charges filed by the…

What are the signs of human trafficking? – Dallas Morning News
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What are the signs of human trafficking? – Dallas Morning News

Texas ranks second in the country as the state with the most cases of human trafficking reported to the National Human Trafficking Hotline. Texas Department of Family Protective Services and the Texas Human Trafficking Prevention Task Force designated Friday Statewide Human Trafficking Sign Day. The groups are asking Texas businesses to post signs in their…

Lao couple sentenced to 15 years in prison for human trafficking – Radio Free Asia
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Lao couple sentenced to 15 years in prison for human trafficking – Radio Free Asia

A Lao couple who hired young women to work as waitresses and later tried to coerce them into having sex with customers have been sentenced to 15 years in prison and fined 100 million kip ($6,500) each, authorities said, in a rare case in which traffickers in the country have faced significant punishment for their…

Uber driver put under review after claiming he was made to harvest organs in China
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Uber driver put under review after claiming he was made to harvest organs in China

Enver Tohti holding the letter he received from Transport for London (Picture: Susannah Ireland/Metro.co.uk) A former surgeon who claims he was forced to remove organs from an executed prisoner in China was put at risk of losing his licence to drive an Uber after speaking out. Enver Tohti Bughda, from Xinjiang, was granted asylum in…

Will the West brush Ukraine biolab allegations just like the Kosovo organ trafficking?
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Will the West brush Ukraine biolab allegations just like the Kosovo organ trafficking?

By Aleksandar Pavic In crisis after crisis, Western narrative control kicks into overdrive to shift blame, whitewash culprits, or make sure inconvenient lines of questioning are never pursued Soon after US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s recent descent on Taiwan, the Russian Foreign Ministry’s spokeswoman, Maria Zakharova, called out Nicholas Burns, America’s ambassador to China, for “keeping…