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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Stop Trafficking January 2022

Trafficking within the Family is the theme of the January 2022 edition of Stop Trafficking! Globally, the International Organization for Migration reports that family members are linked to nearly half of child trafficking cases. Moreover, family involvement in child trafficking is up to four times higher than in cases of adult trafficking. Articles in Stop Trafficking!…

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Stop Trafficking December 2021

The final edition of Stop Trafficking! for 2021 highlights the issue of human trafficking in the travel industry. Human trafficking can be hidden in plain sight when we are travelling on planes, trains, buses or staying in hotels or motels. Download a copy of the latest issue of Stop Trafficking! to learn more about human…

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Stop Trafficking November 2021

The November issue of Stop Trafficking! shines a light on how orphanages, adoption, surrogacy and even volunteering may be linked to human trafficking. Articles in this issue include: Orphanage trafficking refers to children who are deliberately recruited into orphanages and exploited for profit Voluntourism Baby harvesting Surrogacy and Human Trafficking Download your copy of the…

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Stop Trafficking!

The latest issue of Stop Trafficking! focuses on the many ways children are exploited to provide consumer good and services. Progress to ending child labour has slowed due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Articles in this issue of Stop Trafficking! include: Child Labour: Almost 1 of every 10 children worldwide are involved in child labour What…

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Stop Trafficking Newsletter

The August 2021 edition of the Stop Trafficking Newsletter highlights topics included in the US State Departments Trafficking in Person (TIP) Report. the report gives a strong message that global crises such as Covid-19 have a disproportionate effect on those already oppressed by other injustices such as human trafficking. Articles in this issue include: Human…

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Stop Trafficking!

The July edition of Stop Trafficking focuses on the plight of domestic workers. Articles in this issue include: Domestic workers in private homes are particularly vulnerable to exploitation Indicators of Forced Labour: the most common way traffickers control domestic worker victims is financial Domestic Workers Convention Restitution for domestic worker trafficking victims Podcast: How human…

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Stop Trafficking!

The June edition of Stop Trafficking! focuses on those often unrecognised victims of human trafficking: persons with disabilities. Articles in this edition include: Women and girls with disabilities are particularly vulnerable to abuse Traffickers who exploit people with disabilities seem to think that this added vulnerability will be an advantage Human trafficking of persons with…

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