In 2014, End Slavery Now had the privilege of visiting The A21 Campaign in Greece. The Greece office is the organization's first location and where founders Nick and Christine Caine first encountered the issue of trafficking. Stephania works with survivors living in the A21 shelter, and we asked about her favorite story of transformation. Watch the video below to see her response.
She once threatened a trafficker trying to gain information about the women inside her shelter. Monica charged, "I know where I am going when I die; hell is going to eat you alive." Yes. That happened.
Billionaire Jeffrey Epstein's arrest on human trafficking charges has brought this issue back into the spotlight. It is important to make sure that when discussing this case the media and private citizens use words respectful of what his alleged victims went through.