US Trafficking-in-persons Report

HOME Shadow US TIPs Report 2016

 INTRODUCTION The Humanitarian Organization for Migration Economics (HOME) was established in 2004 to respond to the urgent needs of the migrant community in Singapore. HOME’s founder, Bridget Tan, poured her own CPF money into the creation of HOME. Her work was recognized in 2011 when she received the Hero Acting to End Modern-day Slavery Award from the U.S.… Continue reading HOME Shadow US TIPs Report 2016

US Trafficking-in-persons Report

2016 US Trafficking in Persons Report (Singapore)

Extracted from http://www.state.gov/documents/organization/258881.pdf Singapore is a destination country for men, women, and girls from other Asian countries subjected to sex trafficking and forced labor, and a transit country for Cambodian and Filipino men subjected to forced labor on fishing vessels that transit through Singapore or its territorial waters. Some of the 1.37 million foreign workers that… Continue reading 2016 US Trafficking in Persons Report (Singapore)

US Trafficking-in-persons Report

HOME Trafficking In Persons Shadow Report 2015

  INTRODUCTION  The Humanitarian Organization for Migration Economics (HOME) was established in 2004 to respond to the urgent needs of the migrant community in Singapore. HOME’s founder, Bridget Tan, poured her own CPF money into the creation of HOME. Her work was recognized in 2011 when she received the Hero Acting to End Modern-day Slavery… Continue reading HOME Trafficking In Persons Shadow Report 2015

US Trafficking-in-persons Report

Singapore’s anti-trafficking efforts fall short of international standards

Press Release The Humanitarian Organization for Migration Economics (HOME) agrees with the US State Department’s Tier 2 ranking of Singapore’s anti-trafficking efforts. We are glad that the issues we raised in our submission have been reflected in the State Department’s report. Even though the Singapore government has taken steps to tackle the problem, its measures… Continue reading Singapore’s anti-trafficking efforts fall short of international standards