Do Human traffickers Capitalize on Migrant Hotspots?
The caravan of Latin American Migrants pushing towards the U.S. Border makes us all aware of the challenges in working with Foreign National Human Trafficking. Displaced people are often exploited people.
This week we will talk about the challenges of keeping people safe from violation when the Rule of Law is replaced with individual desires and mandates. We will explain the difference between smuggling and human trafficking and go over how foreign national labor trafficking works in the U.S. We will examine how coyotes and caravan organizers often prey on the women and children in their group. And, we will discuss how the refugee crisis in Europe and South East Asia has resulted in millions of people becoming homeless and exploited.
These are difficult times and this is a difficult subject as we all care about individuals who are at risk of being violated and are in need.
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RESOURCES, LINKS and CASES:
- Thousands of caravan migrants stopped at Mexico border with Guatemala clash with police
- Second Caravan Gathers in Guatemala as Migrants Try to Avoid Traffickers
- Hundreds of US troops heading to the border to deal with migrant caravan, official says
- Man pleads guilty to labor trafficking in Palm Beach County
- Border security weaknesses more serious than so-called caravan
- Inside a gigantic U.S. tent shelter for migrant teens
- Human Trafficking in Colombia Increasingly Targets Venezuelan Migrants