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Technology - Abetting Traffickers and Eradicating Trafficking

In the area of combatting human trafficking, technology is both a help and a hindrance. As the tech sector evolved, it gave traffickers new and easier ways to recruit victims, with an accent on social media’s role.

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Super Bowl Sex Trafficking

Sex trafficking in America is commonly misunderstood by much of the population, as many consider it to only encompass those illegally brought to America from other countries, in order to work in the sex trade against their will.

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Sex Trafficking of Minors in America

Sex trafficking in America is commonly misunderstood by much of the population, as many consider it to only encompass those illegally brought to America from other countries, in order to work in the sex trade against their will.

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Bystanders Vital in Combatting Human Trafficking

Despite the fact that human trafficking’s domestic victims are commonly exploited in the sex trade, there are several other commercial realms in which workers are exploited.

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Joint Statement

Men are more vulnerable to trafficking than women; children are protected from trafficking in Armenia. These are the topics of the debates that started 28 November in Yerevan, Armenia.

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Experts meet to prevent trafficking for domestic servitude in diplomatic households

High-level diplomats from across the OSCE region met at the Secretariat today to discuss ways to stamp out trafficking for domestic servitude in diplomatic households, focusing on the outcomes from a series of workshops held by the Organization's anti-trafficking Office during the past three years.

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COPA Airlines joins Blue Heart Campaign

COPA Airlines, Panama's flagship air carrier, has joined the Blue Heart Campaign against Human Trafficking.

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OSCE supports Armenian students to debate trafficking issues

Men are more vulnerable to trafficking than women; children are protected from trafficking in Armenia. These are the topics of the debates that started 28 November in Yerevan, Armenia.

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