Human trafficking is used to exploit vulnerable populations all over the world in different ways. Churches and faith-based groups have responded to these various forms of exploitation by working with fellow stakeholders in aspects of prevention, protection, prosecution and partnership, catering for vulnerable communities, victims and rescued survivors. At this time of pandemic, continuous collaborative programs with stakeholders at a variety of levels have been implemented.
The first webinar of this series focused on the online sexual exploitation of children (OSEC) in the Philippines, and in this session, we highlight the anti-trafficking work of IJM partners and their collaborative efforts. Talitha Kum, an international network of consecrated persons against human trafficking, shares information on its anti-trafficking programs and regional collaborations in Asia. Made in Hope Phils – She Works, Inc., a faith-based organisation that trains trafficked women survivors, presents its partnership programs on leadership development and economic empowerment of survivors.
The first webinar of the 2018 series will introduce the topic “The Human Trafficking – Organized Crime Nexus: Intersections, Vulnerabilities, and Analysis for the Private Sector,” and outline the webinar series for the coming months. Transnational organized crime groups make...
In Manila, the capital of the Philippines, women are being trained as servants to work in Hong Kong or Lebanon. A Philippine woman shares her horrible experiences in Saudi Arabia (in German).
There are more than 350,000 migrant domestic workers in Hong Kong, predominantly from the Philippines and Indonesia. Three survivors of human trafficking have bravely agreed to share their stories, which are captured in the video below.
Consumers play a critical role in determining the structure of a global supply chain based on a number of factors. Consumers also possess the power to create systemic change surrounding human trafficking within supply chains just by what they do...