It’s the early, pinkish hours of the morning, and Ruchira Gupta is already on the phone to a local farmer in Uttar Pradesh, India, working to persuade him to give her whatever potatoes and onions…
Trafficking survivors are being hit hard by COVID 19: They may have escaped their captors, but nobody knows when they will be able to return home.
Online sexual exploitation of children in the Philippines has soared since COVID-19 began, while lockdown has robbed them of safe havens.
For anyone familiar with the mechanisms and methods that drive trafficking, it’s obvious why rates of exploitation spike during international crises.
Teams of undercover investigators tasked with identifying and removing webpages containing child abuse material have reported a massive spike.
When 14-year-old Wounaba first found out that she was pregnant, she was excited—until the fear kicked in.