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Technology Takes on Trafficking: How Data Collection is Changing the International Fight Against Modern Slavery (Part 3 of 3)

This is the final blog of a series of three blog posts addressing technological solutions to combat human trafficking. This post analyzes the efforts private partnerships to encourage the application of technology to create anti-trafficking solutions. The first blog in this series discussed the scope of human trafficking worldwide, and domestic and international instruments designed […]

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Technology Takes on Trafficking: How Data Collection is Changing the International Fight Against Modern Slavery (Part 2 of 3)

This is the second blog of a series of three blog posts addressing technological solutions to combat human trafficking. This post discusses the importance of the increased use of technology in the fight against human trafficking and provides an overview of the scope of current research on technology and trafficking. The first blog in this […]

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Violent Against Women Act

Technology Takes on Trafficking: How Data Collection is Changing the International Fight Against Modern Slavery (Part 1 of 3)

This is the first in a series of three blog posts addressing technological solutions to combat human trafficking. This post provides context on the issue of human trafficking, including a brief summary of the existing domestic and international legal instruments addressing it. The second blog will discuss the importance of the increased use of technology […]

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Striking Dockworkers

Critical Analysis: International Labor Solidarity Influential in Hong Kong Dockworkers’ Strike

Dockworkers in Hong Kong have been on strike since March 28, protesting salaries that have remained stagnant since 2003 while the cost of living in the densely populated city has increased exponentially. In addition to unlivable wages, the striking employees have drawn international attention to their arduously long shifts, which they are forced to work […]

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Critical Analysis: Labor Unrest in South Africa

For nearly two months, labor unrest in South Africa has crippled the economy, as workers in nearly every sector demand higher wages. The unrest has led to temporary closures of many platinum mines around the country as owners and laborers face off over pay and working conditions. Strikes at platinum producer Lonmin PLC left 46 […]

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