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Trafficking Offense Turned into an “Invisible” Crime in Indigenous Communities

Mexico City. – Human trafficking has become an “invisible” crime in the indigenous communities, by virtue that their practice is confused with the customs prevailing...

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Efforts of Fighting Human Trafficking Recognized in Baja California

June 16, 2013 Government Issues

TIJUANA.-The American Consulate and social organizations recognized the efforts of Baja California in the fight against human trafficking, as a binational forum developed in Tijuana,...

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Jada Pinkett Smith Testifies Against Human Trafficking, Gets Support From Will and Willow

The Smith family aren’t just artists—they’re activists, too! On Tuesday, Jada Pinkett Smith testified before Congress to bring attention to human trafficking in the United States and around...

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Guyana slams US report on human trafficking

GEORGETOWN—The Guyana government has denounced the latest US State Department report on human trafficking which contended that Georgetown has made no discernible progress in holding...

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Canada Stripping Visas for Foreign Strippers

What’s this debate over Canada’s move to ban foreign strippers, escorts and massage-parlor workers really about? On one side, you have the Adult Entertainment Association,...

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Mexico: Law against people trafficking and reforms to combat crimes against women

June 29, 2012 Government Issues

Mexico City, 13 June 2012. – President Calderón signed the decrees enacting the General Law on the Prevention, Sanction and Eradication of Crimes involving People...

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