- U.S. cites three more countries for child, forced labor problems
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. government on Wednesday added South Sudan, Suriname and Vietnam to its list of 74 countries where adults and children as young as 5 are subjected to serious labor and human trafficking abuses in prostitution, mining and other dangerous work. The U.S. Labor Department's annual assessment of global human trafficking also raised concerns that the international …
- Rebecca Project for Human Rights Applauds U.S. President Barack Obama's Strong Stance to Combat Human Trafficking
Leading Anti-Human Trafficking Organization Also Urges the White House and Congress to Combat Sexual Violence Further and Press Their Dutch Counterparts to Address Criminal Child Rape Complaints Against Holland's Justice Ministry Secretary-General Joris DemminkWASHINGTON, Sept. …
- Obama outlines efforts to fight 'modern slavery' of trafficking
Washington, Sept. 26 (ANI): President Barack Obama spoke out against human trafficking, describing it as 'modern slavery', while outlining new measures to tackle the problem.
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