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State Department Releases 2013 Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Report

Today, the State Department released the 2013 Trafficking In Persons (TIP) Report, ranking 187 governments on their progress in the fight against human trafficking. Since 2001, this report has been instrumental in monitoring efforts to combat and prevent modern slavery worldwide. More on what rankings mean from the State Department website: “In the TIP Report, […]

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Our Impact in 2012

Effecting real and lasting change for survivors of trafficking and exploitation and those at-risk is at the core of everything we do at Not For Sale. As part of our efforts to lead the global movement to end slavery in our lifetime, we are pleased to release our 2012 Impact Report.
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The 95%: A Look At Exploitation In India

Across our international projects around the world, Not For Sale conducts baseline assessments of trafficking and victim rehabilitation. The purpose of these investigations is to capture the true scope of the issue of exploitation so that we may better understand the root causes of trafficking and work to end them.
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The 2012 Impact Report for Quarter 1 is Here

Your investment this year in Not For Sale has allowed us to create opportunities for hundreds of individuals around the world. This month, Not For Sale has released the Quarter 1 impact report to let each one of our supporters know the impact they are having across the globe.

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Not For Sale South Africa and the 2012 Trafficking in Persons Report

Recently, the 2012 Trafficking In Persons Report was published by the US State Department. South Africa, a country where Not For Sale actively works to assist victims of human trafficking and provide them with opportunities to create new futures, was rated as a ‘Tier 2′ country; a country whose government does not fully comply with the standards of the Trafficking Victims Protection Act (TVPA) but is making significant efforts to bring themselves into compliance with those standards. In recent years, South Africa has moved up from the ‘Tier 2 Watch List’; meaning that the country’s efforts to address human trafficking have started to receive positive feedback.


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