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US STATE GOVERNMENT TIP REPORT 2020

US STATE GOVERNMENT TIP REPORT 2020

THE EVOLUTION OF THE TIP REPORT

Since 2001, the TIP Report has continued to evolve in both substance and design. Stylistically, the 2003 TIP Report went through one of the most noticeable visual transformations. This report was the first to feature a colorful front cover with the signature eyes and a letter from the Secretary of State, as well as compelling photos and images, victim stories, and a list of international “promising practices” in combating human trafficking. The narrative text of the introductory section evolved from providing minimal explanation of human trafficking and the purpose of the report, to covering a variety of human trafficking issues and current trends. Over time, the introduction began to cover concrete themes and a collection of special topics interspersed throughout. Though not mandated by Congress, the introduction has in many ways become a public outreach tool in and of itself.

 

VICTIMS OF TRAFFICKING AND VIOLENCE PROTECTION ACT OF 2000

TRAFFICKING IN PERSONS REPORT

 

Every person, everywhere, is inherently vested with profound, inherent, equal dignity. America was founded on a promise to defend those rights— including life, liberty, and the pursuit of justice. But too often we’ve fallen short, and we cannot fall short on this challenge.

Michael R. Pompeo

U.S. Secretary of State

In addition, the report methodology and content changed as the years progressed. Congress made many of these alterations through amendments to the TVPA and its reauthorizations. Others reflect policy priorities and efforts to provide clarification and justification for the tier rankings and country narratives. Some of the most important changes are listed on pages 6-7.

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ONLINE COURSE ON HUMAN TRAFFICKING

Human Trafficking – Interview with Prof. Michel Veuthey, Order of Malta – 44th UN Human Right Council 2020

OUR MISSION:

THE PURPOSE IS TO SHARE BEST PRACTICES AND PROMOTE ACTIONS AGAINST HUMAN TRAFFICKING.

WE MAKE AVAILABLE TO YOU GUIDES AND RESEARCH ON TRAFFICKING IN HUMAN BEINGS FROM THE MOST RECOGNISED LEGAL AND OPERATIONAL ACTORS.

POPE’S PAYER INTENTION FOR FEBRUARY 2020: Hear the cries of migrants victims of human trafficking

FRANCE – BLOG DU COLLECTIF “CONTRE LA TRAITE DES ÊTRES HUMAINS”

Church on the frontlines in fight against human trafficking

Holy See – PUBLICATION OF PASTORAL ORIENTATIONS ON HUMAN TRAFFICKING 2019

RIGHT TO LIFE AND HUMAN DIGNITY GUIDEBOOK

Catholic social teaching

Doctrine sociale de l’Église catholique

That Moment Your Inner Activist Awakens: Nobel Peace Prize winner Kailash Satyarthi

Pope Francis joins religious leaders of different faiths, in fight against modern slavery

Michel Veuthey talks about the Order of Malta’s involvement in fighting human trafficking

Gaudete et exsultate- A guide to Christianity for the 21st Century: the new Apostolic Exhortation of Pope Francis

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A WOMAN CAPTURED – Domestic slave for 10 years

THE ENOUGH PROJECT – END CONFLICTS & SUPPLY CHAINS

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BLOOD AND EARTH : MODERN SLAVERY, ECOCIDE AND THE SECRET TO SAVING THE WORLD

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