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Category Archives: Human Trafficking
In our work to stop sex trafficking of youth, we must be comprehensive and not just focused on changing one aspect of this depressive violation of rights. Changing the law to protect the vulnerable and to punish the violator is … Continue reading
We love our clothes. We love to look good, learn about trends; what colors complement our skin tones and seasons. There is nothing wrong with vanity and wanting to look beautiful. As long as we have a sense of vision, … Continue reading
Ever since I was a child, my mother told me to be accepting of all human qualities except cruelty and greed. I still follow her advice today. When I came across the New York Times article released on Monday about … Continue reading
Our Network for Peace staff attended many side events of the meetings of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) that took place in March 2013 at the United Nations. We learned about the importance of the involvement of … Continue reading
What is it about a big political convention or a Superbowl that turns guys on? These seem to be especially testosterone-boosting events. I’ve been fascinated by news stories about the excited preparations of strip club owners in Tampa as they … Continue reading
Since publishing our educational packet “Modern Slavery: The Secret World of Trafficking of Women,” we have been gathering stories about its use. The idea is that these stories can be useful to others thinking about opening conversations about sex trafficking … Continue reading