Seventy years ago, this week, the United Nations Convention for the Suppression of the Traffic in Persons and of the Exploitation of the Prostitution of Others was adopted, and is marked each year by the UN and member states as human trafficking gets worse. An example of an exciting response though comes from the launch of the TAHub, which is a cross sector anti human trafficking research platform which is generating a lot of interest.
Described as the richest source of data on human trafficking anywhere, Directors are expected to approve a ‘try before you buy” initiative at their meeting this week. With support from IBM as the technology partner, and NGOs uploading data in numbers, opportunities to interrogate and utilise the data are now available.
The TA Hub is a must use source for FI’s and Corporates who recognise their businesses can be abused in many ways by human traffickers. As the first 6 months is free to use, why not start a trial with the TA Hub.
For more details see an earlier more detailed post, see: HERE and or contact Neil Giles directly at: Neil.Giles@Stopthetraffik.org