Published in: Home: NewsBraverman’s false claims mean trafficking victims ‘won’t get help’
Government’s former anti-slavery commissioner tells MPs home secretary has made it harder for victims to come forward
Published in: 50.50: FeatureHow Andrew Tate exploited Romania’s misogynistic culture
Patriarchal values and weak laws made Romania the ideal place for Tate’s criminal pursuits, say local feminists
Published in: Podcasts: AnalysisSmuggling or trafficking? For minors with few choices, the line is blurred
Exploitation is often one facet of children’s attempts to navigate an increasingly divided world
Published in: Podcasts: FeatureBorders & Belonging: Human smuggling or human trafficking? Why the difference matters
Politicians blur the difference because it helps them block the flows of all migrants and refugees
Published in: Beyond Trafficking and Slavery: InterviewHow we got here: the story of the Palermo protocol on trafficking
'Human trafficking' didn't have to mean what it now does. This is the story of how it got its definition, as told by...
Published in: democraciaAbiertaHuman trafficking begins at school
Sister Genoveva is a 70-year old Colombian nun. She teaches city kids on human trafficking and she objects that the...
Published in: North Africa, West AsiaHistorical amnesia and Europe’s migration relations with Libya
Driven by domestic politics and the need to be seen to be doing something, Europe has locked itself in a cycle of...