Slavery on Thai Fishing Vessels

Kidnapped, Sold and Enslaved Recently 550 young men from Myanmar, Cambodia, Laos and Thailand crawled out of Benjina’s jungle, out of incarceration in tiny iron cages and off the decks of fishing boats. They had been slaves, kidnapped, sold and coerced as boys in their home countries, only to be brutalised for years by Thai fishing…

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Stop Trafficking!

Anti-Human Trafficking Newsletter Vol 12 No 11 The November 2015 issue of Stop Trafficking looks at the issue of labour trafficking and efforts being taken to address it.  Read about people being ensnared on fishing vessels and trapped in domestic servitude.  The need for transparency in supply chains is also noted.  There are a number of links…

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Start Freedom Sunday

Stop Human Trafficking and Start Freedom Start Freedom Sunday is a day of awareness and action on human trafficking.  This year Start Freedom Sunday falls on 17th February but is this day is not suitable for you another day may be chosen.  This is an opportunity to show the world our compassion for those who…

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