Institute Highlighted in Dallas Morning News Op-Ed

Thomas S. Hibbs, president of The University of Dallas, wrote an Op-Ed for the Dallas Morning News, titled “Winning the human trafficking fight.” In the article, published on January 6, 2021, Hibbs highlights the work of the Institute and CEO Victor Boutros. Consistent enforcement is not a simple matter. It requires political will and the … Continue reading Institute Highlighted in Dallas Morning News Op-Ed

Director of Victim Services Debunks Trafficking Myths in Darling Article

In a December 17 Darling article, Fight the Fallacies: An Anti-Human Trafficking Expert’s Take on QAnon, Marie Martinez Israelite, Director of Victim Services, debunks a few of the most common falsehoods about human trafficking. Like many others in the anti-trafficking movement, I’m fired up after months of being bombarded with misinformation spread by QAnon about … Continue reading Director of Victim Services Debunks Trafficking Myths in Darling Article

Northwestern College Nominates Currier Wheeler for CCCU Young Alumni Award

Alyssa Currier Wheeler, the Institute’s Associate Legal Counsel, has been named Northwestern College’s nominee for the 2021 Council for Christian Colleges and Universities (CCCU) Young Alumni Award. The award recognizes an individual who has achieved uncommon leadership or success in a way that reflects the values of Christian higher education. The winner will be chosen … Continue reading Northwestern College Nominates Currier Wheeler for CCCU Young Alumni Award

Ugandan Media Outlet Highlights Work of Institute in Child Trafficking Cases

New Vision highlighted Special Counsel to Uganda Tyler Dunman in its September 17, 2020, article, “A push for safe spaces in courts for victims of child trafficking.” “We all have an obligation that the privacy and the confidentiality of victims are protected,” he said. Drawing from the PTIP Act, Dunman said judicial officers are part … Continue reading Ugandan Media Outlet Highlights Work of Institute in Child Trafficking Cases

Institute Awarded 2020 CARSI ESF Grant for Belize

The U.S. Embassy in Belize announced the Institute as one of four recipients of the 2020 Central America Regional Security Initiative, Economic Support Fund (CARSI ESF) grant on October 27, 2020. Theses grants support good governance, using civil society engagement to strengthen government effectiveness. The United States has invested more than $44 million (USD) since … Continue reading Institute Awarded 2020 CARSI ESF Grant for Belize

Darling Magazine Features Institute in Its ‘Nonprofit Spotlight’ Series

This month, Darling magazine highlights the Institute in its ‘Nonprofit Spotlight,’ a series that shines a light on nonprofits doing impactful work on the ground level. The article features an interview with Marie Martinez Israelite, the Institute’s Director of Victim Services. Darling got to chat with Marie about her role at The Human Trafficking Institute … Continue reading Darling Magazine Features Institute in Its ‘Nonprofit Spotlight’ Series

Freedom For All Interviews Tyler Dunman

Freedom For All recently interviewed Institute Special Counsel to Uganda Tyler Dunman for a partner story on their website, entitled “Fighting Human Trafficking During The Pandemic: A Look At The Human Trafficking Institute’s Work In Uganda.” Chloé Perceval, Freedom for All Communications Manager, writes, “As the pandemic keeps affecting us all, we want to keep … Continue reading Freedom For All Interviews Tyler Dunman

An Open Letter: Freedom Needs Truth

Freedom Needs Truth is a coalition of organizations, including the Human Trafficking Institute, dedicated to fighting human trafficking, who are warning about the dangers posed by QAnon conspiracy theories. On October 21, 2020, Freedom Needs Truth posted an open letter to Candidates, the Media, Political Parties, and Policymakers. Click here to read the letter.

Institute CEO Speaks At Dallas Morning News and University of Dallas Event

Victor Boutros, the Institute’s CEO, spoke at a “Confronting Human Trafficking” event hosted by The Dallas Morning News in collaboration with the University of Dallas on Wednesday, February 26. This event aimed to raise awareness of modern slavery while strengthening the University of Dallas’ role in the community. Other speakers included Texas Attorney General Ken … Continue reading Institute CEO Speaks At Dallas Morning News and University of Dallas Event