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Human trafficking in Glasgow as criminal gangs profit from slavery and sexual exploitation – MSN
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Human trafficking in Glasgow as criminal gangs profit from slavery and sexual exploitation – MSN

More people are trafficked to the Glasgow area than any other part of Scotland. Worryingly the numbers forced into slavery, sexual exploitation, criminality and even organ harvesting are growing as ruthless gangs profit from desperate people. Police figures reveal that over the past three years more than 1,400 victims of modern slavery have been recorded…

Inside a U.S. and Colombian operation to bust human traffickers – NBC News
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Inside a U.S. and Colombian operation to bust human traffickers – NBC News

On the border between Colombia and Panama, where migrants wait to make their way through the dense and sometimes deadly jungle of the Darien Gap, Americans from the Department of Homeland Security are teaming up with Colombian National Police to take down human smugglers before they can lead migrants north. Migrants camp along the beaches…

We must help victims of sexual violence in Ukraine – eKathimerini.com
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We must help victims of sexual violence in Ukraine – eKathimerini.com

Nine months since the war in Ukraine began, we are increasingly reading reports of alleged war crimes, including sexual violence against women and girls. Sadly, history is repeating itself. Rape and other forms of sexual violence committed by combatants during armed conflict are as old as war itself. We thus mark this year’s International Day…

Probe into four bodies found intensifies | The Herald
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Probe into four bodies found intensifies | The Herald

Crime Reporter POLICE have intensified investigations into circumstances surrounding the death of four foreigners whose bodies were found near Suswe Pass in Mudzi on Tuesday. The four, whose identities are unknown, are believed to have suffocated in a container used by human traffickers before their bodies were dumped at the side of the Harare-Nyamapanda Road….

Durham seminars aim to help parents spot sex trafficking red flags and educate about issue
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Durham seminars aim to help parents spot sex trafficking red flags and educate about issue

Victims Services of Durham Region wants to educate people about sex trafficking and how to prevent it. They’re holding free monthly virtual seminars about the topic and they’re called the Sex Trafficking Education and Prevention (STEP) program. The next one is happening Thursday, November 24 at 6 p.m. Executive Director Krista MacNeil says human trafficking…

Police should have helped Shamima Begum return to UK, court told – The Guardian
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Police should have helped Shamima Begum return to UK, court told – The Guardian

Tribunal hears there were grounds to suspect the then 15-year-old had been groomed as a child bride Police should have helped Shamima Begum return to Britain after she joined Islamic State in Syria because there were grounds to suspect she had been groomed as a child bride, a court has heard. Samantha Knights KC told…

Fifth ‘Skull Games’ in Tampa identifies at least 20 human trafficking victims
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Fifth ‘Skull Games’ in Tampa identifies at least 20 human trafficking victims

TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – For four long years in Las Vegas, McKenzie Jordan was trafficked by her boyfriend at the time. “I absolutely thought that there was not one kind man on earth that even existed,” Jordan said. From 2012 to 2016, fear ruled her life. “I was raped over and over again every single day…

Data protection pilot for human trafficking survivors
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Data protection pilot for human trafficking survivors

Hope for Justice, is working on an ambitious technology pilot that could allow anonymised data about the survivors we help to be shared with other organizations that hold data on the same people, all while protecting the actual individuals. In this video, Hope for Justice’s Enrique Restoy and Callum Harvie explain more about the pilot:…

The Nigerian migrants stirring to be deported from Agadez – Nigeria Abroad
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The Nigerian migrants stirring to be deported from Agadez – Nigeria Abroad

For several weeks, the repatriation of migrants expelled from Algeria to Niger has been very slow, and the transit camps in the region are overwhelmed, reports Infomigrants. he Malians left. The Guineans followed them. Other migrants from half a dozen other African countries, all expelled from Algeria, have also returned home thanks to the voluntary…

Hotel/Motel Project combats Grand Island sex, labor trafficking
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Hotel/Motel Project combats Grand Island sex, labor trafficking

Brandon Summers Human trafficking is happening in Grand Island. To combat sex and labor trafficking, the Hotel/Motel Project is relaunching via Grand Island YWCA. The free, 45-minute training is given to local hotels and motels to help their staff to “realize, recognize and respond to human trafficking,” explained Empowerment Programs Coordinator Marissa Cornelius. “We gather…