Study finds human trafficking is judged unevenly by law, public

In the first-​​ever report on the effi­cacy of the nation’s anti-​​human traf­ficking efforts, co-​​authored by North­eastern crim­i­nol­o­gist Amy Far­rell, researchers found that com­pre­hen­sive laws that invested in fiscal and human resources—not harsher crim­inal penalties—increased arrests and prosecutions.

Human trafficking in Thailand

Alexandra Wolf Inter­na­tional Rela­tions, 12’ Global co-​​​​op in Mae Sai, Thai­land For the last five months I have been working at the Devel­op­ment and Edu­ca­tion Pro­gramme for Daugh­ters and Communities […]