-12/10/10 Department of State Partners with the International Business Leaders Forum on Human Trafficking
-12/03/10 Ambassador Luis CdeBaca's Travel to Ukraine and Egypt; Office of the Spokesman
-10/26/10 Ambassador CdeBaca to Deliver Remarks at the Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons Informational Meeting for Potential Grant Applicants; Office of the Spokesman
-09/10/10 Ambassador CdeBaca to Address the "Fourth P": Combating Trafficking in Persons through Public Private Partnership" at St. Thomas University in Miami; Office of the Spokesman
-08/20/10 Ambassador CdeBaca to Address the NDAA's Cntr for Prosecution of Child Abuse National Conference ; Office of the Spokesman
-07/20/10 Ambassador CdeBaca to Travel to Belgium and Spain July 21-28, 2010; Office of the Spokesman
-07/06/10 Ambassador CdeBaca to Travel to Haiti and the Dominican Republic July 7-9, 2010; Office of the Spokesman
-06/14/10 2010 Heroes in the Fight Against Modern Slavery Represent Uzbekistan, Hungary, Jordan, Mauritania, Brazil, Burundi, and the United States
-06/07/10 Joint Department of State-Department of Labor Conference to Focus on the Global Fight Against Child Labor; Office of the Spokesman
-05/10/10 Ambassador CdeBaca to Discuss "The Role of the United States in Combating Human Trafficking" at the Center for American Progress; Office of the Spokesman
-05/03/10 Ambassador CdeBaca to Deliver Remarks at the U.S. Department of Justice's National Human Trafficking Conference
-03/17/10 Ambassador CdeBaca to Deliver Keynote Remarks at the Freedom Network's Eighth Annual Conference in Washington, DC; Office of the Spokesman
-03/12/10 Ambassador CdeBaca to Speak at "Women in the World: Stories and Solutions," a Three-Day Summit Showcasing Stories of Outstanding Women ; Office of the Spokesman
-02/03/10 Joint Statement of Commitment to Action by the President's Interagency Task Force to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons; Office of the Spokesman
-02/01/10 Observance of National Freedom Day
-01/28/10 Anti-Trafficking Efforts in Haiti; Assistant Secretary Philip J. Crowley, Bureau of Public Affairs