May 20, 2022 Devin Hibbard Story
In the Philippines in particular, the vast majority of the survivors we work with were trafficked while in the process of looking for employment. They were desperate, took chances that were risky, and it didn't work out for them, but it was that economic vulnerability that drove them to make those risky decisions.
January 31, 2022 End Slavery Now Spotlight
Some people may believe that the porn they watch online is two consenting adults performing consensual sexual activities–but that’s less true than most people believe.
January 23, 2022 End Slavery Now Story
Gender based violence, immigration/ migration, race, and workers' rights are just some of the problems that intersect with Human Trafficking.
January 16, 2022 End Slavery Now Infographic
Let’s get one thing out of the way: Human Trafficking happens everywhere. In every country. In every community.
January 10, 2022 End Slavery Now Spotlight
Human Trafficking is a hidden crime. What do we mean by that?
December 30, 2021 End Slavery Now Spotlight
December 06, 2021 End Slavery Now Opinion
November 02, 2021 End Slavery Now Spotlight
August 05, 2021 Laura T. Murphy Story
In a tiny speck of a village in Uttar Pradesh, India, a community of rock quarry miners have given their cluster of thatched roofed houses the name Azad Nagar. Freedomville. The miners named their village in 2000, only a few months after they staged a slave revolt that overthrew the profit-driven landowners who had held their families in slavery in rock quarries for generations. If you search for Azad Nagar on a map, you won’t find it. To everyone else, it’s called Sonbarsa. Located in the poorest province in one of the poorest countries in the world, Sonbarsa is a barren, rocky, plot of land in the middle of one of the most densely populated states in the world.