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2019 TIP (Trafficking in Persons) Report | India

"The Government of India does not fully meet the minimum standards for the elimination of trafficking; however, it is making significant efforts to do so."Read more here.

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End of the Year Update

Hello Freedom Trade Family! 2017 has been a whirlwind of a year for us and we are more excited than ever! Our voice is beginning to be heard, doors are beginning to open and people are beginning to move as we raise awareness! We have had numerous opportunities to raise our voice for the global issue of human trafficking. Joyfully, we have watched people leave for vision trips, apply for internships and step up as partners with us. We have taken ground in the neighborhood in India and it is all because of you and your generosity. We have spoken...

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October 2017 Update

Hello Freedom Trade Family,   We would like to share a few updates with you about what has been happening internationally and what is soon to happen here in the States. We have moved into the neighborhood! This is probably our greatest achievement of 2017 so far. It was a daunting task to secure a flat in the brothel area. We were turned down several times due to the nature of our business. A local family welcomed us, and frequent trips to the brothel are now a regular part of our endeavors. The women are incredibly receptive and interested in the path to freedom,...

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India to Legalize Mica Mining in Bid to Tackle Endemic Child Labor

The announcement comes nearly a year after a series of Guardian investigations into mica found that crippling poverty forces many families and their children to mine the highly prized mineral, with as many as 20,000 children believed to be working in the mines, about 90% of which are illegal.See the full article here.

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Sex trafficking isn't what you think it is | Meghan Sobel | TEDxMileHighWomen

We are always seeking to raise your awareness when it comes to sex-trafficking around the world. Consistently in our research we find that complex cycles of intergenerational poverty drive sex trafficking. Secondly, demand drives sex trafficking. If we were to make a personal presentation to you, we would encourage you to have some serious conversations with the people around you. It's time we acknowledge that human trafficking is driven by social, political and economic issues. We could not agree more with what Meghan had to say in her TED talk. See the video below & share it with someone you...

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