By Lahav Harkov - July 27, 2016
Originally appeared here in The Jerusalem Post
Israel is in the top category for battling human trafficking for the fifth year in a row, Knesset Subcommittee on Combatting Human Trafficking and Prostitution chairwoman Aliza Lavie (Yesh Atid) said Wednesday, presenting a US State Department report on the matter to representatives from Norway, Albania and the US.
"The US government recognized our continuing success in fighting human trafficking," Lavie said. "But that does not mean we can stop fighting."
Lavie said Israel created a system of cooperation between government offices, such that information flows in the field in real-time, and the progress must continue until there is no more human trafficking in the world. Read More