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Dirty Word

Dirty Word

Phuong had to pretend that she was sleeping. Every second was more terrifying than the last. She...

Impossible

Impossible

We thought that Lan was dead. Her last call to the Blue Dragon Rescue Team late one night in March...

May’s Story

May’s Story

Mrs Do and her husband An were working in the fields the day May disappeared. When they came home for dinner, their daughter was gone. At first they thought she might be playing with some friends.

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Morphing

Morphing

Has COVID-19 slowed down the global trade in human beings? With the world reeling from the impact...

Lockdown

Lockdown

Ha had been trafficked and sold; every moment of her life was terrifying. Then her city went into...

Finding happiness

Finding happiness during these difficult times can be hard. That’s one of the lessons I’ve had to...

Thanh’s Story

Thanh’s Story

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Ion’s Story

Ion’s Story

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Doing Good is Good Business – Mark Rampolla

Doing Good is Good Business – Mark Rampolla

Thank you, Dave. My wife Maura and I are honored to be here and I appreciate the opportunity to talk about something that matters very much to both of us and I know most of you as well.

I used to think that being a good business person and doing good were polar opposites. You were either Gordon Gekko, or you were Gandhi.

The Court Rejected Her, So Faida Fought for Herself

The Court Rejected Her, So Faida Fought for Herself

She had bruises. She had scars. And she had stories of abuse. But she didn’t have enough evidence of trafficking, according to the Netherlands courts.

The courts threw out her case.

Faida had escaped slavery in Amsterdam. And she needed help.

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