Social Entrepreneurship

Celebrate Social Enterprise Day by learning about businesses that seek to make the world a better place.

In 2016, End Slavery Now published a blog post by 2004 TIP Hero Pierre Tami. Tami operates a shelter for women and children alongside a business that employs trafficking survivors. Click the button above to learn more about an example of an innovative approach to social justice that incorporates the public, private, and nonprofit sectors. 

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Forms of Abolition:
Empowerment

Forms of Slavery:
Domestic Servitude, Sex Trafficking, Forced Labor, Bonded Labor, Child Labor, Forced Marriage