Research director Mark Latonero presented at Microsoft Research's 2014 Social Computing Symposium, speaking about CCLP's research on technology and trafficking. MIT Center for Civic Media director Ethan Zuckerman featured Latonero in his write-up on the symposium….
Fast Company: Research director Mark Latonero's groundbreaking research on mobile phones and human trafficking highlighted by Fast Company….
The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) is tapping tech-savvy students to combat one of the most complex human rights issues of the 21st Century – human trafficking. On Wednesday, October 24, the agency launched ChallengeSlavery.org, its Counter Trafficking in Persons (C-TIP) Campus Challenge. The initiative calls on university students to develop creative technology solutions to prevent human trafficking, to enable victims to escape from traffickers, and to assist survivors in recovering from trauma so that they can lead productive lives….
On September 18, 2012, research director Mark Latonero addressed The Asia Foundation workshop on Counter-Trafficking in Persons in Kathmandu, Nepal. Representatives from The Asia Foundation field offices across the Asia Pacific Region attended, along with representatives from USAID, AusAID, and DFID. Other participants included experts on trafficking in persons from the psychology, health, and legal fields….
CCLP research director Mark Latonero was quoted last month in MediaGlobal News, an independent media organization based in the United Nations….
On April 19, Annenberg Center on Communication Leadership & Policy hosted the 2nd Annual Human Trafficking Research Luncheon for the USC research community. USC faculty from across campus discussed the spectrum of human trafficking research and interdisciplinary perspectives and collaborations. Luncheon attendees heard from Rhacel Parrenas on her most recent book, Illicit Flirtations: Labor, Migration and Sex Trafficking in Tokyo, and from Mark Latonero on his white paper, Human Trafficking Online: The role of social networking sites and online forums. Attendees also discussed the current legal definitions of human trafficking in domestic and international law, the pros and cons of…