Ending Human Trafficking: World Day Against Trafficking in Persons
The 2023 World Day Against Trafficking in Persons is July 30. Globally, national responses, particularly in developing States, appear to be deteriorating. The COVID-19 pandemic also changed the characteristics of trafficking, pushing it further underground. Mark this day by learning more.
Haiti Collaboration Committee:
A trusted Beyond Boarders colleague with the Center for Economic and Policy Research, just published an opinion piece in the NY Times: The U.S. Still Can Do What’s Right for Haiti. It summarizes the current political reality and advocates for the U.S. to stop propping up Haiti's illegitimate Prime Minister and instead back the courageous efforts of civil leaders to move the country back to the democratic rule of law.