Thailand Is Relieved Of Its Human Trafficking Blacklist Status

by Source Intelligence

on July 5, 2016

On Thursday, the US State Department removed Thailand from the human trafficking blacklist. Though Thailand has been a spotlight country when dealing with forced labor, the State Department made their decision based on the criteria outlined in the Human Trafficking Persons Report.

Human Rights Protection


The Human Trafficking Persons Report examines 188 government’s efforts in combating modern day slavery. According to The US State Department, the trafficking in persons report is the US government's principal diplomatic tool to engage foreign governments on human trafficking. It is also the world's most comprehensive resource of governmental anti-human trafficking efforts and reflects the US Government’s commitment to global leadership on this key human rights and law enforcement issue.


Global Effort to End Modern-day Slavery


In addition to the Human Trafficking Persons Report, many countries have recently joined the global approach to ending Modern Day Slavery. To learn more about the global approach to ending modern day slavery, join Source Intelligence on Wednesday, July 6th, 2016, for their newest webinar, Profiting From Forced Labor: The Harsh Reality of Globalized Supply Chains. Source Intelligence will be discussing the challenges that globalized business brings to supply chains. Source also has a special guest, Kilian Moote, who will be giving an exclusive look into Humanity United’s newest industry specific human trafficking report. 

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