Counter-Trafficking Collaborative Platform Launched

Friday, December 06, 2013

This week marks the launch of Freedom Collaborative, an innovative effort to create a more connected international community of organizations, experts and ordinary citizens fighting to end human trafficking. 

Cambodia Trains Social Workers to Curb Reliance on Foreign Aid

Wednesday, June 26, 2013

We are so glad to see our friends from the Social Work Department of the Royal University of Phnom Penh in the New York Times.  Here's a snippet: 

New Psychosocial Research Available On Children At Risk in Haiti

Friday, December 14, 2012

We see great value in expanding the body of knowledge within each of our directives.  This is why we are excited to announce the completion of a new research study that pertains to our directive to prevent and alleviate child domestic servitude in Haiti.  Our good friend Dr. Cara L. Kennedy has wrapped up her research project that seeks to understand the problems of restavèk children.  

Wait, Why Are You Taking My Picture?

Thursday, August 23, 2012

What could be more embarrassing for an introvert than to walk into a building and have a dozen giggling teenage girls point a camera in his face and start snapping away? Answer: not much.  

Why Successfully Reintegrating Trafficking Survivors Is So Challenging

Friday, June 01, 2012

Why are victims declining assistance?
How can we identify more victims to assist?
Is reintegrating victims back into the same circumstances that drove them to migrate to begin with "successful reintegration?"
Why are most vocational training programs still not related to the actual job market where the victim will be (re)integrated?
What are some successful models aiming to reduce stigma for (re)integrated victims?
How can we increase our capacity to provide quality psycho-social care to victims of trafficking?