Get information on the SOS hand signal
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Stronger Together has developed resources to share information on what the sign means, what to do if you see the hand signal being used and how to respond.
Started originally by the Canadian Women's Foundation, the hand signal is meant to be simple and universal and can easily be used by victims.
Forms of Abolition:
Forms of Slavery:
Forced Labor, Bonded Labor
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