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Australia and ASEAN Push Efforts to Combat Human Trafficking
August 07, 2019

Australia and ASEAN Push Efforts to Combat Human Trafficking

By Grant Wyeth
This issue forms an important area where Australia is able to align its values to its broader interests in Southeast Asia.

What’s Wrong with India’s Efforts to Check Human Trafficking?
January 03, 2019

What’s Wrong with India’s Efforts to Check Human Trafficking?

By Avinash Giri
A recent case of human trafficking highlights the capability-will gap in Indian law enforcement.
Exploiting Nepal’s Children
April 25, 2017

Exploiting Nepal’s Children

By Steve Shaw
Two years after the earthquake, rebuilding continues and trafficking thrives.

Pakistan’s Conflict Zone Migrants
December 22, 2015

Pakistan’s Conflict Zone Migrants

By Umair Jamal
Pakistan's reputation as a source of illegal economic migrants demands government scrutiny.

Nepal’s Lingering Anguish
September 14, 2015

Nepal’s Lingering Anguish

By Andrew Neal
Many Nepalese are struggling to cope in temporary shelters, at risk of abduction and trafficking.

Has Uzbekistan Made Progress in Ending Forced Labor?
July 28, 2015

Has Uzbekistan Made Progress in Ending Forced Labor?

By Catherine Putz
The U.S. upgraded the country in its annual human trafficking report, saying it is making “significant efforts.”

Human Trafficking: Thailand’s Porous Borders
June 23, 2015

Human Trafficking: Thailand’s Porous Borders

By Neil Thompson
A recent clampdown notwithstanding, there has been little progress in ending human trafficking in the region.
Review: Untouchable: Children of God
June 14, 2015

Review: Untouchable: Children of God

By Roshni Kapur
A new documentary exposes the horror that faces many young Nepali girls.

Rohingya in Limbo
June 10, 2015

Rohingya in Limbo

By Alex Bookbinder
Disruption of human trafficking networks has not meant respite for Myanmar’s oppressed Rohingya minority.

Human Trafficking Thrives Where Rule of Law Ends
March 16, 2015

Human Trafficking Thrives Where Rule of Law Ends

By Olivia Enos
Solving Asia’s enormous human trafficking problem will require trained law enforcement and non-corrupt judicial systems.

Indonesia’s Migrant Workers: Dreams and Tears
March 16, 2015

Indonesia’s Migrant Workers: Dreams and Tears

By Michael Malay and Nicolas Axelrod
Every year, Indonesians flock abroad dreaming of opportunity. For many, the reality is harsh.
Climate Change and Human Trafficking: A Deadly Combination
February 25, 2015

Climate Change and Human Trafficking: A Deadly Combination

By Priyali Sur
Climate change, poverty, and violence are contributing to a surge of human trafficking in Assam.

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