In this HuffPost piece, our executive director interviews Dr. Ingeborg Kraus who initiated a petition calling on Germany to change its laws on prostitution.
U.S. Congress takes a momentous stand against human trafficking with groundbreaking law.
As Japanese Prime Minister Sinzo Abe prepares to address Congress Joint Session for the first time, CATW urges him to apologize for wartime human trafficking of “Comfort Women.”
CATW issues a call to the Japanese government to recognize its role in wartime human trafficking of “Comfort Women.”
Our executive director is quoted in this Independent Lens article.
Two more nations, Canada and Ireland, take measures toward criminalizing buyers of sex, signaling global trend to combat sex trade
In part two of this CCTV America The Heat segment, our executive director discusses sex trafficking and the demand that fuels it.
CATW board member Janice Raymond and CATW-LAC Regional Director Teresa Ulloa Ziáurriz were interviewed by Télam at the Second International Forum on Women's Rights in Mar del Plata.
In this HuffPost piece, our executive director reflects on Newsweek's allegations about Somaly Mam and the truths we still know about sex trafficking and the sex trade.