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Real Needs, Not Fictitious Crises Account for the Situation at US-Mexico Border

The number of unaccompanied children and asylum-seekers crossing the US-Mexico border in search of protection has increased in recent weeks. ...

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How Do We Break The Supply Chain?

Imagine, says Northeastern assistant professor Shawn Bhimani, the plight of a migrant worker who cannot find work. “Come work for me,” ...

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Leaving The EU Could Be Disastrous For The Fight Against Human Trafficking

“I’m sorry Mum. My journey abroad hasn’t succeeded. Mum, I love you so much! I’m dying because I can’t breathe.” ...

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September 29: World Day for Migrants and Refugees

On September 29, 2019 the global Catholic Church will celebrate the World Day for Migrants and Refugees. This is a ...

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They escaped ISIS. Then They Got Sucked Into Baghdad’s Sex Trafficking Underworld

Baghdad, Iraq (CNN) Nadia’s handshake is strong, but her voice trembles as she says hello. Leaning against a window, she ...

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Children’s Trafficking and Exploitation is a Persistent, Dreary Phenomenon

Children's trafficking and exploitation is a widespread phenomenon that is causing enormous suffering throughout the world. It can take several forms such as forced labor, sexual exploitation and child begging, among other practices

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Nurses Vital to Tackling Human Trafficking, ICN Congress Told

The caution came from Cindy McCain, a leading voice of the topic from the US, on the final day of the ...

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UK Joins Forces With Nigeria To Fight Human Trafficking

Lagos, Nigeria (CNN)The UK government and Nigeria’s anti-trafficking agency launched a new media campaign to prevent women and girls from ...

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