Human Trafficking Trial Attorney Joins Institute

By: MOLLY WICKER Lindsey Roberson is the most recent expert to join the Human Trafficking Institute’s deep bench of experienced anti-trafficking professionals. As the Senior Legal Counsel, she will work to develop and maintain relationships with government officials in Belize and Uganda, help to establish and support specialized units, conduct legal research, and provide leadership, … Continue reading Human Trafficking Trial Attorney Joins Institute

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 Human Trafficking Report Finds U.S. Federal Courts Handled 771 Human Trafficking Cases in 2018

By: KELLI L. ROSS WASHINGTON, DC – The 2018 Federal Human Trafficking Report was released April 10 at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. The Report, a project of the Human Trafficking Institute, is a continuation of the Institute’s efforts to provide comprehensive data about every criminal and civil human trafficking case that federal … Continue reading Federal Human Trafficking Report Finds U.S. Federal Courts Handled 771 Human Trafficking Cases in 2018

#InContext: William Lloyd Garrison

By: ARIANA HADDEN Known for creating an abolitionist newspaper called The Liberator, which garnered both positive and negative attention, William Lloyd Garrison is considered an American journalistic crusader of his time and one of the most influential people during the early fight to end slavery. Garrison was born on December 10, 1805, in Massachusetts to … Continue reading #InContext: William Lloyd Garrison

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

Judicial Law Clerk Begins Work in Belize with Designated TIP Judge

By: MOLLY WICKER Attorney Cherisse Francis recently started as the Judicial Law Clerk to Justice Antoinette Moore, the Designated Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Justice on the Supreme Court of Belize. In this role, Francis is based in Belize for one year, where she will assist Justice Moore with legal research and writing, and support the … Continue reading Judicial Law Clerk Begins Work in Belize with Designated TIP Judge

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 Renews Agreement with Uganda’s Public Prosecution Office

By: MOLLY WICKER The Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions and the Human Trafficking Institute renewed their agreement to work together to support the Office’s work to fight trafficking on the ground in Uganda. The agreement provides support for the Institute’s Special Counsel, as well as expand resources to bring an Associate Legal Counsel … Continue reading Institute Renews Agreement with Uganda’s Public Prosecution Office

Institute Report featured in Dallas 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 Dallas News