The Human Trade

  • International Center for Missing and Exploited Children: Honorary Board Members, Past & Present

    International Center for Missing and Exploited Children: Honorary Board Members, Past & Present

    Daniel Cardon de Lichtbuer | Former ICMEC Chairman; Valentina Matvienko | Chairwoman, Federal Council of the Federal Assembly, Russian Federation Margarida Barroso | Biophysics, Biochemistry, Cell Biology PhD | Wife of the President of the European Commission Mrs. Suzanne Mubarak | First Lady of Egypt Shaikha Sabeeka | Queen of Bahrain Lalla Meryem | Princess of the Kingdom of Morocco Bernadette Chirac | Former First Lady of the French Republic Ernie Allen | ICMEC President and CEO. Bajrakitiyabha Mahidol | Princess of Thailand Paola Ruffo di Calabria | The Queen of the Belgians Silvia Renate Sommerlath | Queen of Sweden Jolanta Kwasniewska | First Lady of Poland Marta Sahagún de Fox | First Lady of Mexico Laura Bush | First Lady of …
  • Denaturalization Sought Against Five Child Sexual Abusers in Florida, Illinois, and Texas

    Denaturalization Sought Against Five Child Sexual Abusers in Florida, Illinois, and Texas

    Today, the U.S. Department of Justice filed denaturalization lawsuits against five individuals who, according to the Department’s complaints, unlawfully procured their U.S. citizenship by concealing sexual abuse of minor victims during the naturalization process.
  • UN Peacekeeping Missions and Trafficking in Women

    UN Peacekeeping Missions and Trafficking in Women

    In recent years, UN- and NATO-led international peacekeeping missions stationed in post-conflict zones have been targeted by the media and human rights watch groups for their failure to adequately confront the issue of trafficking in their assigned countries. The current criticisms leveled at UN peacekeeping operations are twofold.
  • Report reveals shame of UN peacekeepers

    Report reveals shame of UN peacekeepers

    The embarrassment caused by the misconduct of UN forces in devastated communities around the world - including Haiti, Sierra Leone, Bosnia, Cambodia , East Timor and the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) - has become an increasingly high profile, political problem.
  • Child sexual abuse by UN peacekeepers

    Child sexual abuse by UN peacekeepers

    An Associated Press investigation revealed in 2017 that more than 100 UN peacekeepers ran a child sex ring in Haiti over a 10 year period and none were ever jailed. The report further found that over the past 12 years there have been almost 2,000 allegations of sexual abuse and exploitation by peacekeepers and other U.N. personnel around the world.
  • UN reports 31 new allegations of sex abuse and exploitation

    UN reports 31 new allegations of sex abuse and exploitation

    UNITED NATIONS – The U.N. says there are 31 new allegations of sexual abuse and exploitation against U.N. peacekeepers and civilians working for U.N. agencies during the three-month period from July through September. Fifteen of the allegations are against civilians doing work for the U.N. refugee agency.
  • ISIS’s sexual barbarity is not the exception, but the rule in war

    ISIS’s sexual barbarity is not the exception, but the rule in war

    "ISIS fighters are really sex-mad. ... Some of them have two and three wives, and even with that they are trying to find slaves from Yazidi girls,” al-Raqqawi says. “A large section of ISIS members suffer from sexual anomalies and brutal instinctive desire for sex.”
  • Evidence Of Alleged Sexual Abuse Against Underage Boys By US Soldiers At Abu Ghraib Remains Classified

    Evidence Of Alleged Sexual Abuse Against Underage Boys By US Soldiers At Abu Ghraib Remains Classified

    World renowned journalist Seymour Hersh made one of the most startling claims of his career: that the U.S. government possesses video and audio evidence proving that U.S. soldiers raped teenage boys in Iraq.
  • Humanitarian Logistics

    Humanitarian Logistics

    Humanitarian logistics is a branch of logistics which specializes in organizing the delivery and warehousing of supplies during natural disasters or complex emergencies to the affected area and people. Although they have been mostly utilized in commercial supply chain, logistics is one of the most important tools now in disaster relief operations.
  • Main supply route

    Main supply route

    A main supply route (MSR)[1] is the route or routes designated within an area of operations upon which the bulk of traffic flows in support of military operations and humanitarian operations. MSR is a term that is also used in insurgency and irregular war scenarios.
  • The US Military’s Forgotten Sex-Abuse Scandal That Foretold CIA Torture in the War on Terror

    The US Military’s Forgotten Sex-Abuse Scandal That Foretold CIA Torture in the War on Terror

    In 1995, the US Air Force's torture training led to a court case and allegations that cadets had been abused, an eerie foreshadowing of the larger scandals that would come in the following decades.
  • 372ND MILITARY POLICE COMPANY (UNITED STATES ARMY)

    372ND MILITARY POLICE COMPANY (UNITED STATES ARMY)

    The 372nd Military Police Company is a law enforcement unit within the U.S. Army Reserve. The unit is based out of Cresaptown, Maryland. Eleven former members of this unit were charged and found guilty in the Abu Ghraib scandal. The unit was allegedly responsible for guarding main supply routes (MSRs)
  • Abu Ghraib Abuses Were Sex Ring

    Abu Ghraib Abuses Were Sex Ring

    "It was a National Guard unit run amok," Shays said in a telephone interview with The Associated Press. "It was torture because sex abuse is torture. It was gross and despicable ... This is more about pornography than torture." Shays sought to defuse controversy over his previous comments suggesting the Abu Ghraib abuses weren't torture but instead involved a sex ring of troops.

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