Monthly Archives: July 2012

Nestle Committed to Eliminating Child Labor

Forced labor and child labor is a long-standing issue in cocoa production worldwide. This year Nestlé is taking steps to eradicate the use of forced labor and child labor in its cocoa supply chain, beginning with an independent investigation conducted

Underground Trafficking: Drugs Enter US from Mexico via Tunnels

As the war on drugs continues to wage on against traffickers and users, federal and local officials begin to uncover new ways drugs are being funneled into prime locations such as the United States – tunnels. Tunnels under the border

Devastation in US Border Towns: US Arms Trafficking to Mexican Cartels


The extensive trafficking between Mexico and the United States is not simply limited to large amounts of drugs. A pattern of arms trafficking has developed, moving across the border from the United States to Mexico. From 2007 to 2011 the

City Targeting Cab Drivers Involved in Sex Trafficking


The involvement of cab drivers in sex trafficking has been questioned by authorities and advocates for several years now. Now New York City is taking active steps to discourage this involvement. New York’s City Council will be raising the fines