One in seven women in Bengaluru garment factories face sexual violence, report says
INDIA-WOMEN/TEXTILES:One in seven women in Bengaluru garment factories face sexual violence, report says
INTERVIEW-Seeking new routes, Central American migrants at risk of trafficking
"A lot can be done at the border with border patrols by spotting victims of human trafficking by how a person is acting, reacting and who they are travelling with"
EXPERT VIEWS- How will 'Brexit' affect aid agencies and charities?
"Leaving the EU must not mean turning our backs on the world, especially those in our world struggling to free themselves from poverty"
Ad firms join forces to publicize global U.N. poverty goals
"Even fierce competitors can set aside their differences in order to serve a wider common interest"
FACTBOX-Domestic violence, abuse plague Native Americans
The percentage of homes that are overcrowded on reservations is three to six times higher than those in the United States as a whole
Father-son Navajo Indians draw on violent pasts to teach healing
Native Americans have the lowest employment rate of any U.S. racial or ethnic group, according to government statistics
Nepali migrants banned from working in Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya and Syria
"Our decision is prompted by the security situation in those countries"
India's new deal for textile workers could add to risks, campaigners say
"Labour-friendly" measures approved by the Indian cabinet include capping overtime for workers at 8 hours a week
Displacement in Colombia will persist despite ceasefire, UN says
Powerful organized crime involved in drug-trafficking, illegal mining and extortion rackets will keep displacing Colombians
Bollywood film exposes plight of women trapped in India's drug trade
Once considered a male-only problem in India, drug addiction is rising among women, who are more likely to be subject to abuse and less likely to seek help