Podcasts CSIS

Traffic Jam: Belize Struggles to Combat the Sex Trade


Last year Belize landed on the lowest rung of the Trafficking in Person’s (TIP) report - for the third year in a row. Victor Boutros, a former U.S. Department of Justice prosecutor and founder of the Human Trafficking Institute, describes what his institution is doing to get the government of Belize to do the right thing. If you have a question for Richard, email it to americas@csis.org with "35 West" in the subject line. Include your twitter handle so we can shout out to you if we answer it on the air.   

Guest: Victor Boutros, Founder, Human Trafficking Institute


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