- Almost all the women and children victims we’ve encountered come from very broken families. Their family unit is not intact and often extremely dysfunctional. For example, there are parents who have abused
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Modern slavery can be found in every corner of our world. As reported in the Global Estimates of Modern Slavery, an estimated 40.3 million people were living in modern slavery.
In other words, on any given day in 2016, there were more than 40 million people, about 70 percent of whom are women and girls, who were being forced to work against their will under threat or who were living in a forced marriage.
Modern slavery impacts all of us, from the food we consume to the goods we purchase. It is everyone’s responsibility to address and eliminate this crime everywhere it occurs.Learn More