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From the HTC blog.

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  • Unimplemented laws and social norms lead to migrant abuses in Saudi Arabia

  by Kara Napolitano, HTC Associate Saudi Arabia has a population of 28.8 million people — one-third of whom are migrants.  Migrant workers (mostly from South Asia) depend on employment in Saudi Arabia for their families’ livelihood. The country is governed based on Sharia, or Islamic, law, which has not been codified and leaves significant […]

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  • Lessons from International Human Trafficking Exchanges

  By Oliver Kaplan, HTC Associate Director  The Human Trafficking Center at the Korbel School recently hosted two delegations of international human trafficking officials (as we have done for several years now). With the support of WorldDenver and the U.S. State Department, we met with representatives from countries as diverse as Papua New Guinea, Jordan, […]

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  • Is Fairtrade Coffee the Answer?

  By Seth Daire, HTC associate (This post is the second in a series on forced labor in the coffee supply chain and Fairtrade coffee. Read the first blog post here.) A woman walks into a coffee shop in the United States and asks the barista, “Do you have Fairtrade coffee?” The barista responds, “We don’t, but […]

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