In order to fully understand the ways survivors experience their exploitation and the ways traffickers defraud and coerce victims from other nations, we have to make an effort to understand the conditions survivors and traffickers experience in the source countries.
Dan Vexler, Director of Programs at Freedom Fund, recently contributed a piece to the Thomson Reuters foundation about where investors can have the most anti-slavery impact with their donations. Read excerpts below, or the full piece here.
Excellent conversation at our innovation panel on AI and combatting Human trafficking with Financial Crimes at ACAMS Hollywood, FL. We are so excited to partner with international AI/ML big data analytics firm, ThetaRay, to work together to apply their artificial intelligence to our anti-trafficking data to be able to better predict and disrupt human trafficking!
It was our CEO’s third year in a row presenting at this conference, but first time presenting with our strong law enforcement field partners from BJA anti trafficking task forces.
Today we are at the U.S. Department of Transportation Advisory Committee on Human Trafficking meeting. The investment from the transportation sector in developing a concerted anti-trafficking approach is critical to […]
Recent high profile illicit massage parlor investigations have renewed attention to law enforcement efforts to focus on penalizing traffickers in an attempt to eliminate exploitation and support survivors of human […]
Models of behavior used by traffickers to recruit and exploit victims are almost identical across the world. Agricultural labor traffickers in Portugal, for example, fraudulently recruit migrant workers from neighboring […]
St. Josephine Bakhita, Patron Saint of Sudan and human trafficking survivors Today, February 8, is the International Day of Prayer for Victims of Human Trafficking. It is also the feast […]