The musicians, who performed this week at one of India's top arts centers, use every platform they can to talk about their journey and have become an inspiration to local families.
A small team from the rights group Migrant Care tries to identify potential victims of human trafficking at Jakarta's airport and offer advice to others leaving of their own free will on how to look after themselves.
Eduardo ‘Eddie’ Canales tries to prevent the deaths of migrants passing through the sandy, scorching terrain of South Texas. He also works with families abroad who are searching for their loved ones.
Sunanta ‘Nong’ Kaewmuangpech opened a children's shelter with no sponsors or resources whatsoever. Here’s how she did it.
The garden presents human trafficking in a creative, nonconfrontational way to an audience that may not be aware of slavery's existence in Britain, says Juliet Sargeant, the garden's designer.
Anne Chandler has marshaled a team in Houston to take on complex and protracted cases – many of which were rejected by other lawyers who deemed them ‘unwinnable.’
A hair salon in Mexico City, which keeps women coming back with rock-bottom prices, is in fact a front for a charitable operation aimed at rescuing sex trafficking victims and giving them the chance at new lives.
John Cummings has redeveloped an antebellum plantation in Louisiana where more than 350 slaves labored. Americans must ‘take responsibility’ for the wrongs of slavery, he says.
Dance movement therapy helped ease anxiety, depression, anger, and post-traumatic stress, says a study from an Indian charity.
An American charity, Books for Africa, is part of anti-human-trafficking task force reaching out to poor communities vulnerable to child trafficking by promoting literacy.
Those trying to cross the border from Mexico to the US risk being abused or trafficked. Alma Tucker has created a safe home for girls caught in this trade.
The Bin Jelmood house is the first museum to focus on slavery in the Arab world amid concerns by rights groups that migrant workers are modern-day slaves.
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Does the United States have a responsibility to take care of children who cross the border?
Tens of thousands of unaccompanied children fleeing poverty and gang violence crossed the border this summer, straining the country's ability to cope. Many of them were united with family-members in the US while they await deportation hearings. Is it America's job to help care for those less-fortunate or to send them home?
How far out of your way would you go to ensure you're buying clothing that has not been made by people who are enslaved to human traffickers?
Many activists have worked to come up with programs to certify that clothes are sweat shop free or rugs are not made with child labor. Should this be expanded to include human trafficking? Would you be willing to pay more for such goods?
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Shirley Ann Sullivan Educational Foundation (SASEF) created The V Sign hand signal so the youngest victims can identify themselves as needing help.