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4 August 2020

Kenya: East African networks gaining more control on the entire trafficking value chain

Author: Mohamed Daghar, Institute for Security Studies

‘East African human trafficking rings expand their operations’ 30 July 2020...

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4 August 2020

Liberia: Communities express how cultural practices led to fear of reporting suspected cases of human trafficking

Author: Front Page Africa

‘Labor Ministry Takes Human Trafficking Awareness to Grand Cape Mount County’ 31 July 2020...

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29 July 2020

Australia: Govt launches online register of companies' compliance with laws against servitude, trafficking & forced labour

Author: Andrew Tillett, Financial Review

"Companies to face scrutiny over modern slavery", 30 July 2020...

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26 July 2020

New Zealand: Govt to implement stronger law enforcement & protection for migrant workers

Author: The National Tribune

"Stronger enforcement and protection for migrant workers", 27 July 2020...

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25 July 2020

Australia: NGO Coalition releases UPR report calling on govt to introduce NAP and MHREDD

Author: Human Rights Law Centre, Kingsford Legal Centre, & Caxton Legal Centre

"Joint NGO Submission on behalf of the Australian NGO Coalition", April 2020...

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14 July 2020

Indonesia: Media reports separate incidents of alleged forced labour, trafficking, & killings involving Chinese fishing vessels

Recent media reports cite separate incidents of alleged forced labour, trafficking, and killings involving Chinese fishing vessels. The first report by The Guardian concerns Long Xing 629 crew members, Sepri and Ari, who allegedly died after being...

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7 July 2020

Indonesian crew accuse Chinese fishing company of forced labour, human trafficking and maltreatment onboard tuna fishing vessel

Author: The Guardian (UK)

“‘Hold on brother’: final days of doomed crew on Chinese shark finning boat”, 7 July 2020...

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3 July 2020

Nestlé, Cargill, Archer Daniels Midland lawsuit (re Côte d'Ivoire)

In 2005, three individuals from an NGO filed a class action lawsuit in the USA against Nestlé, Archer Daniels Midland, and Cargill alleging they had been trafficked from Mali as child slaves and forced to work in the Côte d'Ivoire on plantations which...

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28 June 2020

Thailand: Ministry of Justice refuses compensation to human trafficking survivor claiming victim entered the country illegally

Author: Human Rights and Development Foundation

"Ministry of Justice refuses to compensate an injured person who is a survivor of human trafficking and rape, claiming the girl voluntarily entered Thailand illegally", 24 June 2020...

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23 June 2020
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Author: Red CORAL, Red de Monitoreo del Crimen Organizado en América Latina

“Tráficos ilícitos en tiempos del COVID 19 Conclusiones preliminares desde Colombia” – junio 2020...

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