Last week the FBI, partnering with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, released their results from Operation Cross Country, a nationwide sweep to rescue victims and arrest pimps.
Michel Chikwanine, who was abducted into the army at age 5, has written a graphic novel to teach kids about child soldiers.
A Kenyan man is extradited to the U.S. and receives life in prison for producing child pornography.
The Leicester council has introduced a mandatory measure that would require taxi drivers to take a sexual exploitation awareness course to learn to spot warning signs of child sexual exploitation, but some drivers have concerns.
Many pimps demonstrate that a victim is their property by branding them with a tattoo. Jennifer Kempton, a trafficking survivor who was branded three times by her exploiters, started Survivor’s Ink, an organization that helps trafficking victims debrand their bodies.
In India’s Ganges Delta, a group of islands called the Sundarbans are experiencing the devastating effects of rising sea levels. This has made the area a prime target for traffickers, who lure in desperate people with promises of work in the city.
Amit Ramchandani, a 32 year-old Edmonton man, has just received a 5 year prison sentence for sexually exploiting two pre-teens.
The Storm Makers, a new documentary about Cambodians seeking work abroad, shows how many of them are tricked and sold into slavery instead. Watch this clip on how a trafficker recruits his victims.
Three young girls who were forced into prostitution via ads on Backpage.com have been granted the go-ahead from the Washington Supreme Court to sue the classifieds website.
Leaders in the movement to end sexual exploitation from around the world will be meeting September 10th-12th in Orlando for the 2015 Coalition to End Sexual Exploitation Summit.