LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Flight attendant Donna Hubbard was deeply concerned when a couple carried a boy who was sweating, lethargic and appeared to be in pain onto her flight from Honduras to Miami in October last year.
LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - British supermarkets scrambled to remove certain brands of corned beef from their shelves this month after it was found that they might be tainted by links to slave labor in Brazil.
LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Bored of the beach? Done with mini breaks?
LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Criminal gangs are tricking East Europeans into sham Scottish marriages with Asian men - selling the women for sex, labor and passports - in an expose that campaigners say reveals the extent of human slavery worldwide.
LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A fearful customer, a flurry of late-night transactions or suspicious financial documents; for bank staff these could all be giveaway signs of the booming global trade in humans.
LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The struggle against modern-day slavery in the fashion industry is being hampered by public relations spin and companies that still put profit not people at the heart of their business models, said a leading ethical fashion campaigner.
LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Young people have started to question how their clothes are made but consumers of all ages need to do more to tackle fashion labor abuses, according to a British lawmaker and sustainable fashion campaigner.
LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Technological advances, including the spread of high-speed internet, have fueled a surge in the Philippines of the sexual abuse of children as young as one years old in front of a live webcam, an anti-slavery group said.
LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The hard-hitting documentary "I Am Jane Doe" is opening people's eyes to online child sex trafficking in the United States that until now they assumed only happened elsewhere, the filmmaker said at its British premiere on Monday.
LONDON, March 15 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Banks could
revolutionise the fight against human trafficking and modern
slavery by reporting suspicious transactions and other financial
activity that ring alarm bells, according to a report on