International– On Tuesday, the House is scheduled to consider H.R. 4508, the Malala Yousafzai Scholarship Act, and H. Res. 230, a resolution expressing the sense of the House of Representatives that the United States condemns all forms of violence against children globally and recognizes the harmful impacts of violence against children.
Employment– On Wednesday, the House Oversight and Reform Committee will mark up several bills, including H.R. 5885, the Federal Employment Paid Leave Technical Corrections Act, H.R. 5972, a bill to designate the Mary Ann Shadd Cary Post Office building, H.R. 3870, a bill to designate the Normandia Maldonado Post Office building, and H.R. 5597, a bill to designate the Clara Luper Post Office building.
International– On Wednesday, the House Foreign Affairs Committee will mark up several bills, including H. Res. 723 , a resolution to encourage all nations to end sexual violence against girls through in-country data-driven reforms as demonstrated by multiple African nations, H. Res. 742, a resolution recognizing the continued success of the Food for Peace Act, and H.R. 5664, the Leveraging Information on Foreign Traffickers Act.
Human Trafficking– On Wednesday, the House Financial Services Subcommittee on National Security, International Development, and Monetary Policy will hold a hearing, “The Traffickers’ Roadmap: How Bad Actors Exploit Financial Systems to Facilitate the Illicit Trade in People, Animals, Drugs, and Weapons.”