In this week's news: a woman is forced to work up to 18 hours a day without pay, the link between trafficking and mental health illnesses, and a guestworker to the United States becomes a victim of labor trafficking.
A bill has been introduced to Congress that would require a more public reporting process for temporary work programs. Here's why we need it to pass.
If medical professionals are able to identify potential trafficking situations, they can connect victims to services that may save their lives.
In this week's news: how nonprofits are using data to improve services, a "house of horrors" in Detroit, and a commitment by presidential candidates to fight against trafficking.