What was Needed - Monica on Aftercare in Romania

March 24, 2015 Caleb Benadum Video 
Aftercare, Sex Trafficking

When Monica found out about human trafficking in her country she asked the authorities what they needed to help fight it. They told her there were no aftercare shelters and one was desperately needed. So Monica created Romania's first aftercare shelter for victims of sex trafficking.

Originally posted on the TIP Report Global Heroes Network

Topics: Aftercare, Sex Trafficking

About the Author

Caleb Benadum

Caleb Benadum was previously the Program Manager for the Trafficking in Persons Report Global Heroes Network. He graduated from Capital University with a degree in Philosophy, and the University of Cincinnati Law School with a Juris Doctor degree. Having spent much of his life overseas, he is committed to modern-day abolitionism and the promotion of human rights around the world.

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