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Who is working to stop the trafficking of people, especially children and women around the world, both as slaves and sex workers?
Putting an end to human trafficking.
India's rescued bonded laborers rebuild lives in 'dream homes'
From legislation to technology, five key tools to combat trafficking in 2017
From a former sex slave to a climate poet: five unsung heroes of 2016
The L.A. team helping human-trafficking survivors find justice – and jobs
Two tech companies win first Stop Slavery Award after workforce scrutiny
In Asia, students take part in 24-hour relay races to end modern slavery
'Kung fu' nuns bike Himalayas to oppose human trafficking
In India, first internet hotline launched to tackle surge in child pornography
In India, demand grows for ethical supply chains in textile industry
Former child workers in India bang the drum for education
Hezbollah's defiant signal to Israel, Lebanon, and the UN
Republicans control all of Washington. Why aren't they winning more?
Peggy Whitson logs more space hours than any other US astronaut: A history of women and NASA
How governors' offices became ground zero for corruption in Mexico
Antarctica has a network of meltwater rivers that is much larger than previously thought
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