Did you know…? We monitor and fact check media coverage of human trafficking and share the top cases from each week with you. A broad view of what is happening […]
What do Massachusetts, Georgia, Florida, South Carolina, and now Arkansas have in common? More and more cases across the country are seeing motels and hotels sued for allegedly knowing about […]
Join us for an evening under Steiner Ranch Pavilion (Austin, TX) overlooking the 18th hole and the beautiful grounds. Meet anti-human trafficking crusaders fighting to stop human trafficking in Texas and beyond! And last but not least, enjoy an Italian wine dinner that will be one to remember!
Our CEO Rochelle Keyhan was honored with the International Association of Financial Crimes’ annual “Cyber Crime Investigations Contributor of the Year” award at this year’s conference.
The only difference between R. Kelly’s behavior and classic pimp controller trafficking into commercial sex is that R. Kelly kept the women and girls to himself – making this “personal sexual servitude”, and not “pimp-controlled sex trafficking”. Regardless of the type of trafficking, we need to be calling it what it is and holding perpetrators like R. Kelly accountable.
While this article is an in-depth study on the labor trafficking across agricultural fields in Italy, the survivor accounts and experiences, and the traffickers’ behavior, are identical to the reality in every nation that relies on agriculture as part of their economy.
“We know that human trafficking and sexual exploitation are human rights issues, fueled by gender, racial, and income inequalities. If we truly want equality, we must work toward a world where no one is bought, sold or exploited.”
It was an honor for our CEO Rochelle Keyhan to speak alongside our partners ThetaRay about their groundbreaking unsupervised machine learning, and ways high tech data solutions can help us end human trafficking.
A few committed tuna companies (Thai Union, Bumble Bee Foods and Clover Leaf Seafoods) are working consistently to improve their approach to human rights, with innovative measures to address modern slavery, such as digital traceability of fish, and measures designed specifically to protect migrant fishers from abuse.
Insufficient coordination, data-sharing across agencies and jurisdictions, and sector-specific training, are universal problems w/ anti-trafficking efforts. Join us as we support the scaling of our National best practices to our international partner nations across Europe!