Institute CEO Speaks at UVA Darden

BY: MOLLY WICKER Victor Boutros, Institute CEO, spoke to Executive MBA students at the University of Virginia’s D.C. Darden School of Business campus. The talk, which focused on the economics of human trafficking, provided students with an opportunity to apply what they recently learned about Global Economies and Markets (GEM) and Operations, including supply chain. … Continue reading Institute CEO Speaks at UVA Darden

Regent University School of Law Cites Institute

By: MOLLY WICKER In a recent article analyzing the outcomes of the 2019 Trafficking in Persons Report, Regent University School of Law Professor S. Ernie Walton cites the Human Trafficking Institute’s partnership with Uganda as a key factor in the country’s continued progress. “With this partnership,” Walton writes, “a well-functioning justice system, various other measures … Continue reading Regent University School of Law Cites Institute

Institute Cited in Belize Media Coverage on TIP Ranking

By: MOLLY WICKER On June 20, 2019, the U.S. Department of State released its annual Trafficking in Persons Report, in which Belize received an improved Tier 2 Watch List ranking. After four consecutive years of receiving a failing grade, the improved ranking demonstrates the country’s committed efforts to training dedicated police officers and prosecutors to … Continue reading Institute Cited in Belize Media Coverage on TIP Ranking

Annick Febrey Cited in Reuters Article About Slave-Made Goods

By: MOLLY WICKER In an article published by Reuters, entitled “U.S. ban on slave-made goods nets tiny fraction of $400 billion threat,” the Institute’s Director of Government and Corporate Relations Annick Febrey share insights into the world of human trafficking within corporate supply chains. Although Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has allocated a few of … Continue reading Annick Febrey Cited in Reuters Article About Slave-Made Goods

Federal Report Cited in Washington Post

By: MOLLY WICKER The Human Trafficking Institute’s 2017 Federal Human Trafficking Report was cited as a source of data in an article published by The Washington Post on March 16, 2019. The article, entitled “Maryland is an unforgiving state for sex-trafficking victims, study finds” outlines the ways in which Maryland’s criminal justice systems makes it … Continue reading Federal Report Cited in Washington Post

Report featured in Florida Media Coverage

By: MOLLY WICKER The Human Trafficking Institute’s 2017 Federal Human Trafficking Report was cited as a source of data in an article published by New4Jax on March 20, 2019. The article, entitled “House bill aims to human trafficking dangers, signs in Florida schools,” outlines the provisions of a recent bill, which would include lessons about … Continue reading Report featured in Florida Media Coverage

Institute Cited in People Magazine

By: MOLLY WICKER The Institute was recently cited in an article published on People Magazine’s website on March 14, 2019, entitled “Detroit Tigers Pitcher Matthew Boyd Is Helping to Save Girls from Sex Trafficking in Uganda.” The piece, which focuses on the athlete’s mission to combat sex trafficking in Uganda, shares data from the Institute’s … Continue reading Institute Cited in People Magazine

Boutros Featured on ChangeMakers Podcast

By: MOLLY WICKER Institute CEO and Founding Director Victor Boutros was featured on City Current’s ChangeMakers podcast on March 5, 2019. ChangeMakers podcast shares personal stories and insights from those who are giving back and making a difference, in the hopes of inspiring others to do the same. “I think the front lines against the … Continue reading Boutros Featured on ChangeMakers Podcast

Institute Report featured in The Dallas Morning News

By: MOLLY WICKER The Human Trafficking Institute’s 2017 Federal Human Trafficking Report was cited as a source of data in a column published by the Dallas Morning News on February 24, 2019. The article, entitled “Sex trafficking victims, silenced by abuse, can’t be expected to speak up for themselves,” was written by Erin Nealy Cox, … Continue reading Institute Report featured in The Dallas Morning News