Aiding Central America’s “Women on the Run”

By issuing tourist and humanitarian visas to migrants, the Mexican government could begin to move past the failures of U.S.-backed border militarization. [Jan. 7, 2016] Published on NACLA (https://nacla.org) This is the fourth and final article in NACLA’s multi-part...

Rohingya women used as sex slaves by camp guards

By Bernama June 1, 2015 Rohingya women migrants detained at a human trafficking syndicate transit camp in Padang Besar, Thailand, were treated like sex slaves and subjected to gang rape by the camp guards, according to a woman migrant. Nur Khaidha Abdul Shukur,...