Child trafficking is on the rise in one of the most climate vulnerable places on earth—revealing blind spots in climate policy, experts tell contributor Ritwika Mitra.
With weak protections against child marriage, Bangladesh has been named one of the most dangerous countries where girls can grow up in the world.
Approximately 52 percent of girls in Bangladesh are coerced into marriage as children and left without the support they need to protect themselves.
Listen to the podcast here. It might be pushing it to call the Trump administration’s family separation policy a cause of the national rise in the sexual trafficking of children, but there is evidence to…
More than 200 cases of sex or labor trafficking have been reported from Alabama to the national trafficking hotline since 2015.