Category: Thailand

January 7, 2016

Help Prevent Human Trafficking in These Four Places

By Matt Morrison Content Editor, e3 Partners It’s one of the leading social justice issues facing our world today. Globally, over 21 million living, breathing souls are enslaved. Roughly 1 in 5 human trafficking victims are forced into prostitution. 10% are enslaved by government leaders and nearly 70% are victims of forced labor. They live

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March 16, 2015

Preventing Human Trafficking in Thailand

“There is such beauty in this foreign land and yet the filth is equally present.” As Katie and her team set off New Years Eve lanterns in celebration, they join thousands of others partaking in the age-old tradition throughout Thailand.  The bright, breathtaking sight stands in stark contrast to the darkness and secrets of this

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January 26, 2015

The Thai Nyaw People

Scattered across Laos and Thailand, the Nyaw people quietly tend to their land.  Between the two countries, nearly 76,000 Nyaw people manage rice farms, grow maize, and work as master silversmiths across the region.  Originally hailing from China, the people have been displaced through the years due to war and mandatory resettlement. While the world

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December 2, 2014

Preventing Modern-Day Slavery

It’s one of the leading social justice issues in modern society. It exists in the shadows of nearly every country, including the United States. Human trafficking is the illegal trade of people through force, fraud, or coercion. It is estimated that 27 million human trafficking victims suffer in the corners of our society today, nearly

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