Through the newly launched Center for Countering Human Trafficking, the U.S. government will lead the global response to counter modern-day slavery.
A new report compiled by the U.N. reveals the extent of human rights abuses in Venezuela's Orinoco mining arc, from limb amputations to brutal killings.
A State Department report details trends in human trafficking. Find out which countries are making progress to stop the practice.
Human trafficking affects 25 million people around the world today. Learn more about how to spot it in your community and help those in need.
Venezuela's gold mines are controlled by armed groups who instill fear in communities and force miners to work at gunpoint.
Governments, businesses, law enforcement and people around the world all have a role to play to fight human trafficking. Learn more.
As more families are migrating to the U.S.-Mexico border from Central America, human smugglers are primed to exploit their vulnerability.
At a conference on the Venezuelan Refugee and Migrant Crisis, a State Department official laid out the dangers to women caused by the former Maduro regime.
The U.S. government is working to eradicate human trafficking and will upgrade a key initiative to enhance its efforts at home and abroad.