Aftercare


February 23, 2016 Laura Benrey Opinion

Restoring Basic Rights of Children Demobilized from the Conflict in Colombia

Read about the importance of aftercare services and the promotion of children's rights in the reintegration process.

January 22, 2016 Mariah Long Video

When She Chose Color

What is your favorite story of transformation?

January 04, 2016 Cazzie Reyes Photos

Freedom from Slave Fishing Ships

Meet the people on the ground who stop abuses in the Thai fishing industry through advocacy, rescue and aftercare.

November 22, 2015 Cazzie Reyes Story

Restavek Freedom in Haiti - Rose

“In 2010, you know the earthquake [happened]. And my mom was dead."

September 22, 2015 Mariah Long Opinion

Challenges of Running an Aftercare Shelter

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.

September 10, 2015 Cazzie Reyes Story

She was Forced to Work Making Electronics

At that time, I discovered all the papers were fake, so I couldn’t use those documents to get help.

August 18, 2015 Cazzie Reyes Story

ESN Dispatch Sound Bites: Day One in Thailand

“They would pour hot water on us.”

June 29, 2015 Mariah Long Video

Brook Bello - Survivor to Champion

Hear about the conditions and processes that perpetuate cycles of exploitation.

April 28, 2015 Kerry Hilton Spotlight

The Gateway

For tens of thousands of women in our part of the world prostitution is a way of life simply because they have no choice. Poverty does that kind of thing.

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April 21, 2017 Katie Bramell 4964

Fair Trade and Environmental Sustainability: How You Can’t Have One Without The Other

This Earth Day, it is important to remember why buying fair trade also means supporting the environment.

March 29, 2017 Samantha Searls 4964

Intersectional Justice

Over the past few weeks, President Trump’s executive orders have increased deportations and detentions; spreading fear amongst the immigrant community. This fear is felt even more deeply amongst foreign nationals who were brought to the United States against their will: the victims of human trafficking.