Sunday, August 29, 2010

Mark P. Lagon: Law and Morality of Human Trafficking

I absolutely love I don't have the ability to travel to various human rights conferences, Anti-TIP forums, etc...but through I have been able to watch and learn from dozens of Anti-Trafficking leaders via video (see all videos). This is a great tool for everyone to learn more about the history, laws, problems and solutions to human trafficking across the world.

The videos below are from a 2008 lecture given by ambassador Mark P. Lagon. At the time, Mark Lagon was the director of the Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons (TIP) and was a Senior Advisor to the U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice.

The focus of his lecture is about migrants and how to protect from traffickers, what are the causes and forces behind trafficking, and how we can combat trafficking going forward.

You can SKIP the first 10 minutes of the full video as it's all introduction and thank you's. The full lecture is about 90 minutes long, but I've also placed 2-4 min. highlight videos if you don't have time for the full length feature.


T-VISA and protecting people trafficked into the United States

Why Migrant Women are Greatest at Risk

Human Trafficking is NOT just a Foreign Problem

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