Published in: Beyond Trafficking and Slavery: FeaturePrivate donors: the pied pipers of ‘modern slavery’?
The hundreds of millions of dollars washing into anti-trafficking work conveniently washes away the blame rich...
Philanthrocapitalists stand in the way of direct aid, so we have no time for them
Sex workers and other marginalised communities are in desperate need of rights and direct cash assistance, no...
Private giving for anti-trafficking hides government inaction
Philanthropy in anti-trafficking has brought about important change. But it has also allowed governments to avoid...
The catalysing power of philanthropy in anti-trafficking
A few large donors forced a step change in anti-trafficking work when they began to collaborate a few years ago. Now...
The blindness of using venture capital to fight human trafficking
Venture capital relies on market-based solutions to maximise short-term gains. That is no way to address worker exploitation.
Published in: Beyond Trafficking and Slavery: FeatureHow has philanthrocapitalism helped or hurt the anti-trafficking movement?
The injection of billions of dollars of private capital into anti-trafficking work has changed the field. Is that a...
Tell Priti Patel: Stop your attack on journalistic freedom
Journalists who share leaks of official information should not face life imprisonment for doing their job