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Photo Gallery: DOL Officials Discuss efforts to combat human trafficking with Brazilian Judges
(September 12, 2012)

Images include:

  • The Brazilian delegation of judges, prosecutors and advisors meets with U.S. Department of Labor leaders from the Office of Public Engagement, Office of the Inspector General, Wage and Hour Division, Bureau of International Labor Affairs, Office of the Solicitor and Employment and Training Administration to discuss ways the U.S. government combats human trafficking.
  • Ney Freitas, Brazilian federal judge and councilor at the National Council on Justice, listens as Labor Department representatives explain collaborative efforts in the U.S. government to combat human trafficking and labor exploitation. He is accompanied by colleagues from the Brazilian legal system and an attaché from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
  • Bernardo Borges, prosecutor for the State of Goias, shares some of the challenges he faces in Brazil when prosecuting illegal human trafficking. Aristides Moura and Gabriel Gonzalez from the Department of Homeland Security's Immigration and Customs Enforcement listen in.
  • Leyla Strotkamp, international relations officer at the Labor Department, describes the work of the department's Bureau of International Labor Affairs.
  • Michael Kravitz, Wage and Hour Division communications director, talks about restitution efforts.
  • Aristides Moura, U.S. Department of Homeland Security; Gabriel Gonzalez, U.S. Department of Homeland Security; Bernardo Borges, prosecutor for the State of Goias; Ney Freitas, Brazilian federal judge and councilor at the National Council on Justice; Rinaldo Barros, judge for the State of Goias. Back row: Anne Thomas, Office of the Inspector General; Yung-Mei Haloski, Employment and Training Administration; Michael Kravitz, Wage and Hour Division; Ernesto Archila, Office of Public Engagement; Gabriela Lemus, Office of Public Engagement; Jane Garrido, Office of the Solicitor; Leyla Strotkamp, Bureau of International Labor Affairs.

Images include:

  • The Brazilian delegation of judges, prosecutors and advisors meets with U.S. Department of Labor leaders from the Office of Public Engagement, Office of the Inspector General, Wage and Hour Division, Bureau of International Labor Affairs, Office of the Solicitor and Employment and Training Administration to discuss ways the U.S. government combats human trafficking.
  • Ney Freitas, Brazilian federal judge and councilor at the National Council on Justice, listens as Labor Department representatives explain collaborative efforts in the U.S. government to combat human trafficking and labor exploitation. He is accompanied by colleagues from the Brazilian legal system and an attaché from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
  • Bernardo Borges, prosecutor for the State of Goias, shares some of the challenges he faces in Brazil when prosecuting illegal human trafficking. Aristides Moura and Gabriel Gonzalez from the Department of Homeland Security's Immigration and Customs Enforcement listen in.
  • Leyla Strotkamp, international relations officer at the Labor Department, describes the work of the department's Bureau of International Labor Affairs.
  • Michael Kravitz, Wage and Hour Division communications director, talks about restitution efforts.
  • Aristides Moura, U.S. Department of Homeland Security; Gabriel Gonzalez, U.S. Department of Homeland Security; Bernardo Borges, prosecutor for the State of Goias; Ney Freitas, Brazilian federal judge and councilor at the National Council on Justice; Rinaldo Barros, judge for the State of Goias. Back row: Anne Thomas, Office of the Inspector General; Yung-Mei Haloski, Employment and Training Administration; Michael Kravitz, Wage and Hour Division; Ernesto Archila, Office of Public Engagement; Gabriela Lemus, Office of Public Engagement; Jane Garrido, Office of the Solicitor; Leyla Strotkamp, Bureau of International Labor Affairs.