July 22, 2012No Comments

WASHINGTON, DC, July 11, 2012 – Youngbee Dale Starting this week, sex trafficking victims can remove prostitution related convictions they received during their sexual slavery in Hawaii.  Many advocates argue that the law will make re-integration of sex trafficking victims into society much easier. It also makes Hawaii the sixth state with such legislation in the […]

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June 27, 2012Comments are closed.

Last week during a three day law enforcement operation, “Operation Cross Country”, 6 federal officers rescued 79 children and arrested 104 alleged pimps, the FBI announced Tuesday (here). The Operation took place over the weekend with more than 2,500 local, state, and federal officers working in 57 cities.  This is an intensive law enforcement effort […]

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April 12, 2012No Comments

New facility to help sex trafficking victims heal | abc13.com.

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August 11, 2011No Comments

Dear Friends, As a member of the Triple S Network, Global Centurion Foundation is encouraging its network of supporters to consider voting for another Triple S member the prestigious Stay Classy Award for Young Nonprofit Leader of the Year. Diana Mao for the past four years has volunteered her time as the president and co-founder of Nomi Network, […]

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August 8, 2011No Comments

Media Contact Laura Lederer, President Global Centurion Foundation llederer@globalcenturion.org 703 276 3000 (office) 703 919 6828 (cell) Washington, D.C. (August 2, 2011)  More than 1,000 people were arrested last week by Mexican police in a crackdown on human trafficking and sexual exploitation in Ciudad Juarez, a town just across the southern border of the U.S. […]

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August 8, 2011No Comments

Media Contacts Laura Lederer, President Global Centurion Foundation Marisa Ugarte, Executive Director Bilateral Safety Corridor Coalition 619 459 8559 703 919 6828 Washington, D.C. (August 8, 2011) Mass arrests of traffickers in Mexican human trafficking raids – what about the women? More than 1,000 people were arrested last week by Mexican police in a crackdown on human […]

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July 1, 2011Comments are closed.

The Regent Law Review’s Spring 2011 Issue features a series on domestic human trafficking and includes an articles by Laura Lederer, J.D., on Addressing Demand – Why and How Policymakers Should Utilize Law and Law Enforcement to Target Customers of Commercial Sexual Exploitation.  The full article can be found here:  Volume 23, No. 2.

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April 28, 2011Comments are closed.

A Roundtable Discussion on… THE LINK BETWEEN HUMAN TRAFFICKING AND STREET GANGS May 5 2011 Presented by, Global Centurion Offices 2000 Clarendon Avenue, Suite #300 Arlington, VA  22209 RSVP By phone: 703 276 3000 Or email: sbt2g@mtmail.mtsu.edu

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