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The Subtle Danger of Freedom

Today is Labour Day, the last gasp of summer, and parents all over North America are finalizing back-to-school details while their kids pack their brand new backpacks, test out their pencil crayons, and pose in front of their mirrors modelling their new clothes. This morning before the heat of the day set in, I went on […]

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Innovative Exploitation – How Traffickers Maximize Profits by Preying on the Rohingya People

Human bones discovered in human trafficking jungle camps. Fishermen outfitting their boats for human cargo instead of fish. Ransoms and pending trade embargoes. Floating detention centres filled with starving masses. What on earth is happening to the Rohingya people in Malaysia and Thailand? Some issues are easily understood by reading an article or two, but when […]

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Bribes: A Human Trafficker’s Cost of Doing Business

I recently threw up a question to my friends online: “On your travels or while living abroad, have you ever experienced bribery/corruption?” Here are some of the responses I received: “When living in Greece, where bribing is very commonplace, our daughter’s medical insurance plan covered up to 1000 euro to bribe the doctors (to do a […]

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