Stop Trafficking May 2024

The May 2024 issue of Stop Trafficking! focuses on the role of child and forced labour in the fashion industry. According to the International Labour Organisation about 160 million children are involved in labour globally. Many of these are involved in making the clothes we purchase. Articles in the May issue include: Download your copy…

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Stop Trafficking! – March 2024

Fish is a significant source of protein and an essential part of the diet for many people in our world. However child labour and human trafficking taints fish and fish products. The March 2024 issue of Stop Trafficking! reflects on this situation. Forced labour in fisheries is driven by the motivation to reduce costs amid…

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Stop Trafficking – October 2023

The October issue of Stop Trafficking looks at the nexus between domestic violence and human trafficking. Domestic violence is defined as a pattern of abusive behaviour in any relationship that one partner uses to maintain or gain power and control over another partner. Articles in this issue include: Download the October issue of Stop Trafficking…

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Stop Trafficking September 2023

The findings of the 2023 Trafficking in Persons Report (TIP) are highlighted in the September 2023 issue of Stop Trafficking! The TIP Report, produced by the US State Department, is an annual update on the state of global anti-trafficking efforts. Articles in the latest issue of Stop Trafficking! include: In the September 2023 issue of…

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Stop Trafficking August 2023

The relationship between pornography and human trafficking is the theme of the August 2023 issue of Stop Trafficking! Pornography is more accessible in the digital age. The porn industry and sex trafficking are not separate issues. They are inseparably linked. Articles in the latest issue of Stop Trafficking! include: Download the Ausgust edition of Stop…

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Stop Trafficking February 2023

The February edition of Stop Trafficking! looks at how human trafficking is part of all aspects of climate change. A topic of special interest in the 2022 Trafficking in Persons Report was the impact of climate change in exacerbating vulnerabilities and increasing exploitation. Articles in the latest edition of Stop Trafficking include: Download your copy…

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Stop Trafficking January 2023

The theme for the first edition of Stop Trafficking! for 2023 is human trafficking in the massage parlour industry. Article in this issue include the following: Download your January issue of Stop Trafficking! here.

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Stop Trafficking November 2022

The November issue of Stop Trafficking! concentrates on human trafficking and trauma bonding. Trauma bonding is when a trafficker uses rewards and punishments within cylces of abuse to foster a powerful emotional connection with the victim. Articles in the November issue include: Download the November issue of Stop Trafficking! here.

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Stop Trafficking October 2022

The October 2022 issue of Stop Trafficking! explores the victimization of people in the sex trade. The demand for prostitution fuels sex trafficking. Both are part of a system of gender-based domination that makes violence against women and girls profitable. Articles in this issue include: Prostitution and Human Trafficking The Problem of Demand Impact of…

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Stop Trafficking – September 2022

The September 2022 issue of Stop Trafficking! highlights some excerpts from the 2022 Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Report. Articles in this issue include: Models of Survivor Engagement, State Sponsored Human Trafficking, Forced Labour: the Hidden Cost of China’s Belt and Road Initiative, The Climate Crisis: Exacerbating Vulnerabilities, Forced Labour and the Clean Energy Trasnsition. At…

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Stop Trafficking – August 2022

The August edition of Stop Trafficking! considers the ways in which human trafficking and child and forced labour could be behind the food on our table. The articles in this issuee include: Child and Forced Labour in the Chocolate Industry Are the Labels on Chocolate Meaningful Your hamburger or glass of milk could be tainted…

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Stop Trafficking July 2022

The July 2022 edition of Stop Trafficking! highlights the exploitation of children as soldiers in conflict. Between 2005 and 2020 more than 93,000 children were confirmed as recruited and used by parties for conflict, with children accounting for up to 60% of armed forces. The actual number of cases is probably much higher. Articles in…

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