June 28, 2015

By: Kristine Alarcon

 

Many state law enforcement and criminal justice stakeholders want Smart Justice, which would initiate prison reform. Reforming prison and reentry efforts, according to the RAND Corporation, must provide access to primary health treatment and servic...

June 27, 2015

By: Sara Kim

 

UNICEF, a children’s rights and emergency relief organization, recently expressed their fear of an increased rate of  child trafficking in Nepal. Although trafficking has occurred in Nepal in the past, following the recent earthquake and aftershook, victim...

June 26, 2015

By: Charmaine Santos

 

This year’s San Francisco Black Film Festival will be playing a 25-minute movie called “Moses,” a story young African males who are sold into sex trafficking. In the movie, the main character, Moses, is a young Nigerian man who plays soccer better...

June 25, 2015

By: Luis Gay

 

Claims have surfaced that Australian officials have been paying human smugglers for years as an approach to deal with migrants. Last month, reports accused Australian police of paying £19,000 to smugglers to turn their boat of 65 migrants back to Indonesia...

June 25, 2015

By: Kristine Alarcon

 

Coping and dealing with cancer is often a difficult process, but it can be even harder to find clinical trials to help with their symptoms. Martin Naley, an employee at Life Technologies, a genetics company, realized that a large number of patients...

June 24, 2015

By: Sara Kim

Edited by: Sharon E. Chin

 

Compassion, a non-profit organization that links sponsors with children in developing countries, allow sponsors to provide daily necessities for children in need within developing nations, including food and education. Because pove...

June 23, 2015

By: Janice Tjeng
Edited by: Sharon E. Chin

 

Sara Kruzan, now 37 years old, was a survivor of sex trafficking. She was trafficked in California  at the age of 13 years until she was 16. At 16, she shot her pimp, George Gilbert Howard to death. Initially, after the incide...

June 23, 2015

By: Janice Tjeng

Edited by: Sharon E. Chin 

 

The Office of Internal Oversight Services (OIOS) revealed that United Nations (U.N.) Peacekeepers in Haiti had transactional sex with hundreds of local poor women, where one third of the women were under the age of 18. Stories...

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