Rescue


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 09, 2015 Cazzie Reyes Story

Forced Labor in Fishing Boats

“I was born into poverty. I tried to study and go to school. After that, I tried to receive work and earn an income. So, I applied to a Thai company. I didn’t know I was going to be trafficked."

November 05, 2015 Story

Rupa's Story - Rescued from a Brothel

Finishing out our series with Nicole Robyn of Polished Pearl is the story of her first encounter with modern-day slavery.

July 29, 2015 Christy Apisa Story

Anti-Trafficking Apps of Interest

Fight human trafficking whenever and wherever you go. One touch on your phone screen can help you avoid slave-made goods or can assist you in anonymously reporting a potential case of trafficking.

April 09, 2015 Don Gerred Video

A Story of Hope After Sex Trafficking

After she was rescued and put into quality aftercare, Don didn't even recognize the person she'd become.

October 28, 2014 Don Gerred Story

The Government Home for Girls

This was the place where girls from a recent rescue operation by Anya’s organization had been placed by government authorities in the aftermath of the raid.

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