April 2018: Modern Slavery & Human Trafficking In the News

30 April 2018

Below are news items relating to modern slavery and human trafficking from April 2018.

1. ‘Hong Kong ‘in denial’ about human trafficking problem, British lawmaker says’, South China Morning Post


2. ‘Ghanaian children saved from trafficking tell their heartbreaking stories through artwork set to be auctioned in NYC’, Mail Online


3. ‘'Partner NGO's to keep shelter homes running for street children '- SEWA’, Ghana News Agency


4. ‘Surveillance On Child Trafficking Should Be Intensified’, Modern Ghana


5. ‘Malawi Network Against Trafficking says ending human trafficking a must’, Nyasa Times


6. ‘Malawi to receive UK Aid in tackling modern slavery: Commonwealth countries unite to end child labour and trafficking’, Nyasa Times


7. ‘How did we let modern slavery become part of our everyday lives?’, Guardian


8. ‘Australia urges Commonwealth businesses to tackle 'abomination' of modern slavery’, Sky News


9. ‘Actions speak louder than words, anti-slavery advocates tell Commonwealth’, Thomson Reuters


10. ‘Survivors' network seeks to turn former slaves into global leaders’, Thomson Reuters


11. ‘New report on Human Trafficking, Modern Slavery, and Child Exploitation Launched’, Sri Lanka Guardian





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