Survivors work to prevent human trafficking, aid victims
Increasingly, trafficking survivors' input is shaping public policies to combat human trafficking. Meet two survivors who are leading the way.
Report: Russia’s filtration operations violate international humanitarian law
A new report from Yale's Humanitarian Research Lab describes potential human rights abuses committed by Russian soldiers against Ukrainians.
Heroes in the worldwide fight against human trafficking
The new State Department Trafficking in Persons Report says women and children are at risk of human trafficking around the world.
Murals with a message
Meet a couple who believe art can be a powerful medium to inspire social change and see their amazing results.
Ending violence against women: A human rights imperative
November 25 is the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. Learn how the U.S. is tackling this issue around the world.
U.S. works with Mexico to strengthen border security
The United States and Mexico are working together to increase the U.S.-Mexico border's security and to deter human smugglers.
Fight for a world without human trafficking
A new State Department report will inform global efforts to fight human trafficking. Learn more about the heroes who are supporting victims.
How the Amistad helped America live up to its ideals
The Amistad case helped dozens of Africans escape slavery and forced America to live up to its founding ideals. Read more about it here.
U.S. targets the stash houses of human smugglers
The U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency has been finding and closing stash houses to protect migrants preyed upon by human smugglers.