On 27 October, ICIJ announced a widespread series of reports and an ICIJ investigation examines networks of companies, people and business practices that draw profit from cross-border labour trafficking and sex trafficking. It says that the UN estimates, nearly 28 million adults and children around the world are trapped in jobs that are so oppressive that they amount to modern slavery or human trafficking. The new investigation – “Trafficking Inc – by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists and other media partners has begun examining human trafficking in Asia, Africa, the Middle East and the US.
FOREIGN WORKERS FOR DEFENCE CONTRACTORS ON AT LEAST 4 US MILITARY BASES IN THE PERSIAN GULF ARE TRAPPED IN THEIR JOBS BY ABUSIVE EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES
MASSACHUSETTS: VICTIMS OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING ARE HIDING IN PLAIN SIGHT IN THE STATE