Pro bono lawyers and refugee rights advocates rallied together in record time to address the unprecedented travel and refugee ban issued by the new US administration, providing immediate legal support to those affected.
Pro bono lawyers from India, Canada and the US joined forces to support a leading anti-trafficking non-profit in its quest to stop the distribution of images and videos of sexual violence in India.
Utah, Arkansas and Alabama have enacted the first pieces of legislation in the US that criminalise `sextortion’, a form of extortion where the currency of the bribe is sex or sexual images.
The story prompted the Italian fashion company Benetton to contact the United Nations to get involved in such a project.
Jennifer was a slavery survivor, founder of Survivor's Ink and Trust Conference / America Forum speaker.
Financial institutions and NGOs are joining forces to fight human trafficking.
The Arkansas statute became law last Wednesday, following closely after Utah’s legislation, which was signed by the governor on March 25.
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