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        Press Coverage:
Worldwide03/13/2011

PRESS COVERAGE from WORLDWIDE PRESS SOURCES

Read the Five Part Series from Kansas City Star here.

See Current Listings from USA: here

 

Trafficking:

United States

Trafficking:

International

Alabama

Kansas

Colorado

Texas

New Jersey and here

Texas

New York

New Mexico and here

Washington State

New Mexico

Hawaii

Louisiana

Texas- Super Bowl

New Mexico

Washington, DC

California

North Carolina

Missouri

Texas

Rhode Island

California

Tennessee

Texas

Georgia and here

State of Washington

Florida and here

Kansas

Virginia and here

Kansas and here

Alaska

Louisiana

Tennessee

Washington DC

Louisiana

Arizona and here

North Carolina

Ohio

New York

Washington State

Missouri

Oregon

Mississippi

Maryland

Missouri

Hawaii and here

Oregon

Michigan and here

Louisiana

Wisconsin and here

California and here

Connecticut

Kentucky

 

 

Philippines

China

Israel

Laos

Canada

Spain

Uganda

United Arab Emirates

Sweden

United Kingdom

Ghana

India

Canada

China

United Arab Emirates

Egypt

Libya

Italy

Iraq

Iran

Burma

Ireland

Borneo

Canada

Philippines

Kenya/Tanzania

Thailand

Nepal

Uzbekistan

Philippines

Philippines

India

Canada

Canada

Nigeria

Vietnam

United Arab Emirates

Thailand

Palestine

Malaysia

Canada

Thailand

Vietnam

Haiti

Australia

Canada

United Arab Emirates

Philippines 

United Arab Emirates

India

Canada

United Arab Emirates

Trinidad

Rwanda

Philippines

South Africa

Canada

Macedonia

South Africa

United Kingdom

China

Ghana

Sweden

China

India

Pakistan

Does trafficking really happen in my area?

Woman, children, and also men, are trafficked across almost every national border, typically coming from very impoverished areas of the world to areas of the world where there is a "market" for exploitation in agriculture, domestic labor, manufacturing, and the sex trade. Women and children are also trapped in situations of exploitation and the sex trade within their own countries.

The links above are only a small sample of newspaper articles from all over the United States and the world. The sad fact is this:

In spite of increasing attention to the issue of trafficking, only a tiny percent of victim's stories make the newspapers.

In some countries, the media chooses not to cover stories of trafficking and slavery. In some places, the media is influenced by the very people who benefit economically from the trafficking of human beings. Political leaders, the police or military, or organized crime may be directly involved, or may be supporting or allowing exploitation and trafficking to occur. In some places, victims of trafficking and slavery are still perceived as at fault for their situations. In many nations, penalties for human trafficking and exploitation are only now being established. Just because you do not see your city, state or nation listed below, it does not mean the problem does not exist. It simply means it has not been covered in the newspaper.

Please contribute to our collection of press coverage by emailing links to S. Patrice Colletti, SDS. Thanks!

   

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