U.S. Department of the State releases an annual human trafficking report.

Polaris Japan held a media seminar on U.S. human trafficking report
The U.S. Department of the State releases an annual human trafficking
report. The 2012 report (released on June 20) ranked Japan as
a country that does not meet the minimum requirement in eliminating
human trafficking (Tier 2). Japan has been in this tier for the
twelve years in row.

Tier 2 is the lowest for developed countries; Romania and Kosovo are
among the countries in this tier.

Based on the release, Polaris Project Japan, in conjunction with
Solidarity Network with Migrants Japan, held a media seminar on
human trafficking in Japan on June 20.

http://www.polarisproject.jp/news/1065-201206120 (release in Japanese)
 
U.S. Department of the State annual human trafficking report. http://www.state.gov/j/tip/rls/tiprpt/2012/index.htm

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