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From our India Country Director…

“They will be sitting, like we stand in a movie theater to get a ticket…”
This is what our India Country Director said when asked to describe the lines of men waiting to have sex with minor girls outside some Indian brothels. This video is an excerpt of that conversation.

She Could Be Me : A Story of Human Trafficking

After learning about the realities of human trafficking, a group of high school students were brave and vulnerable enough to go on camera for us. These students ages 14 – 18 chose to participate in a video project where they told the story of a real-life human trafficking survivor named Jami. The resulting video was incredibly powerful and one of our personal favorites.
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A Podcast on Human TraffickingTER Operatives
August 29, 2022

EP 28 | Interview with an Anti-Human Trafficking Director in Asia

==Joining Preston on this episode of Until All Are Free is Daniel*, the Asia Regional Director at The Exodus Road. Daniel has investigated more than 1,000 locations in Asia for…
A Podcast on Human TraffickingSearch + RescueTER Operatives
August 3, 2022

EP 27 | The Exodus Road and The Rohingya of Myanmar

Oftentimes, the stories that we share focus on one single individual. One story. One Case. Episode 27 is a little different in that regard. We're bringing you a glimpse into…
A Podcast on Human TraffickingAftercare
July 11, 2022

EP 26 | Ezekiel Rain and The Fight Against Trafficking

In this episode of Until All Are Free, Preston is joined by Joel Karum of Ezekiel Rain. Joel is the co-founder of the Thai nonprofit Ezekiel Rain, and he’s also…

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