At 9 PM on Tuesday, July 11th AIM SWAT Team officers, together with the Phnom Penh Anti-Human Trafficking and Juvenile Protection Police (AHTJP) executed a raid at a Vietnamese brothel fronting as a massage parlor located in the southern part of Phnom Penh.
AIM was recently honored to receive a letter from Mr. Sea Kosal, the Under Secretary of State of the Kingdom of Cambodia, recognizing our partnership on a recent raid. The letter, which can be found below, was written to AIM SWAT Director Eric Meldrum on behalf of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation after the AIM SWAT Team assisted in the rescue of a Cambodian woman who had been trafficked to China.
The Super Bowl & Sex Trafficking, What’s the Deal? Every year around mid-January, there seems to be a flood of articles and media attention surrounding sex trafficking at the Super Bowl. As one of the largest sporting events on earth, it attracts tens of thousands of men into cities, and there’s no denying that many of them are […]
Human Trafficking Awareness Month 2017: Modern Slavery in The Kingdom of Wonder Part 3 Human Trafficking Awareness Month continues with a glimpse into modern-day slavery in Cambodia. You don’t have to look very far to see that slavery still exists; it’s a universal problem that must be addressed. Cambodia has endured such pain that has occurred […]
Human Trafficking Awareness Month 2017: Genocide in Cambodia Human Trafficking Awareness Month continues with the history of genocide in Cambodia. While the US was fighting Communism in Vietnam, there was a war being waged in neighboring Cambodia. In 4 years, from 1975-1979, 2 million Cambodians were killed under the Khmer Rouge. That’s one quarter of the […]
January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month. In 2010, President Barack Obama designated January as National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month. Now, it is often referred to as Human Trafficking Awareness Month. The International Labor Organization estimates that there were 20.9 million people trafficked for forced labor in 2012, and 4.5 million of those were victims of […]
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