Tag: human trafficking

Empty Promises: The anti-trafficking dance production taking Bloemfontein by storm
Opinion

Empty Promises: The anti-trafficking dance production taking Bloemfontein by storm

[notice]A new fortnightly column by a team of real people dedicating their lives to the fight against human trafficking, exploitation and social injustice. This week’s writer is Bertha Bresler of STOP and Prevention vs Cure[/notice] National Human Trafficking Resource Line The Arts have a long history of conveying human emotion […]

The face behind the faceless prostitute
Opinion South Africa Uncategorized

The face behind the faceless prostitute

[notice]A new fortnightly column by a team of real people dedicating their lives to the fight against human trafficking, exploitation and social injustice. This week’s writer is Bertha Bresler of STOP and Prevention vs Cure[/notice] National Human Trafficking Resource Line 4am, the phone’s ringing. At 4am it’s never good news. “Hello.” “Hello, […]

New national resource line offers hope in fight against human trafficking
Opinion South Africa Uncategorized

New national resource line offers hope in fight against human trafficking

[notice]A new fortnightly column by a team of real people dedicating their lives to the fight against human trafficking, exploitation and social injustice. This week’s writer is Nicolette Kapp of the A21 Campaign[/notice] As the sun rises over the suburbs of South Africa, civil society will wake up with a new […]

Combating human trafficking: a new chapter
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Combating human trafficking: a new chapter

[notice]A monthly column by Marcel van der Watt, lecturer in the Department of Police Practice at UNISA, former police detective, and current member of the Gauteng Rapid Response Task Team for Human Trafficking.[/notice] A round table discussion was facilitated by the Department of Social Development on Friday 20 February 2015 […]

Courageous Christian woman survives rape in Sudan and braves dangers to save orphans
Africa News North America

Courageous Christian woman survives rape in Sudan and braves dangers to save orphans

Originally published in The Blaze Poverty, starvation and illiteracy are just a few of the tragic problems facing children and families in Sudan and South Sudan, where violence continues to rage following South Sudan’s independence in 2011. While these issues are monumental in scope and seemingly unsolvable, that hasn’t stopped […]