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Indigenous Australians and Human Trafficking

What is the experience of indigenous Australians (the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples) with human trafficking? Seth and JJ give some historical context, then JJ gives an overview of the types of slavery experienced by indigenous Australians in the past and present, and discusses vulnerabilities of these populations that are sometimes invisible. Sources: Australia’s

Frequently Asked Questions About Human Trafficking

Seth and JJ tackle frequently asked questions people have about human trafficking. 1. How is human trafficking different from migrant smuggling? 2. Is there a difference between human trafficking and slavery? 3. What if a trafficked person consents? 4. Is it only human trafficking if victims are transported across national borders? 5. How widespread is

US Border Policy: What’s Different? What’s Legal?

Seth and JJ discuss the recent situation at the US-Mexico border. After discussing how asylum works, they go into the policy changes, which include prosecuting all crossers, separating all children, making asylees apply at a port of entry, and slowing down case management at ports. They look at relevant laws, 8 U.S. Code § 1325

And Life Continues with Wendy Barnes

This week, Seth and JJ interview Wendy Barnes—a speaker, trainer, consultant, and author on human trafficking…who also happens to be a survivor of human trafficking. In this weeks interview, Seth and JJ discuss Wendy’s amazing book And Life Continues: Sex Trafficking and My Journey to Freedom (available on amazon), her life, the services available to