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Student Police Cadets say no to child marriage and human trafficking in their new international campaign

The three-month campaign is being piloted in India and Ghana in Africa with the support of Mission Better Tomorrow and the Kalinga Fellowship

Published on 2nd December 2021
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Will the COVID-19 lockdowns push human trafficking survivors back into the traffickers' den?

While a major section of the lower-income group is stuck in a debt trap due to the pandemic and the lockdown and its effects, the threat on these survivors is high

Published on 30th July 2021
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From the Shadows: Miriam Chandy's docu on trafficking victims and their pursuit for justice is compelling 

From the Shadows tries to understand why trafficking happens and what happens to the victims if they manage to escape

Published on 26th May 2021
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Five minor children rescued by Railway Protection Force from Guwahati Railway station

A woman constable noticed a lone minor girl entering into the station through the main entrance gate in a distressed condition

Published on 24th January 2021
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This Kolkata School gets a Student Justice Cell to fight human trafficking

 

The Cell is part of the Anti-Human Trafficking Club (AHTC) programme to build safe communities for women and children in vulnerable pockets of the city

Published on 7th December 2020
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Yogi Adityanath: All UP districts will now have anti-human trafficking police stations to check trafficking of women and children

These police stations will be set up in all districts of the state for effective action in trafficking cases

Published on 27th October 2020
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Trafficking Jam: Why India's human trafficking problem has skyrocketed during the COVID-19 pandemic

Every time there has been a crisis, the number of trafficked children have erupted and this pandemic might not paint a different picture but are we equipped enough to handle it?

Published on 7th September 2020
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More important to teach girls than boys: Here's how Jharkhand's Smith Kumar Soni is fighting human trafficking, child marriage

We spoke to Smith Kumar Soni, who is an elementary school teacher in Jharkhand's Simdega district to know more about his fight to educate every single girl child

Published on 5th September 2020
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Empty stomach, discontinued studies: How the lockdown shattered the dreams of these human trafficking survivors

We spoke to two youngsters who were rescued from human trafficking. The pandemic and the lockdown hit them at a time when they almost rebuilt their lives

Published on 29th April 2020
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Walk for Freedom: Why thousands of students, citizens are walking the talk on human trafficking

In the lead up to the Walk, The Movement India has conducted over 40 awareness workshops about human trafficking reaching over 4000 participants across India in just 45 days

Published on 18th October 2019
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Kerala looking for United Nations' endorsement for its Anti-Human Trafficking Clubs

Crime Branch Inspector General S Sreejith, who is the nodal officer of State Anti-Human Trafficking Cell, said it was a first-of-its-kind project launched in 2016

Published on 2nd September 2019
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Why you must watch TVF Girliyapa's hard-hitting video on human trafficking

Created in collaboration with the NGO International Justice Mission, the video is two minutes long

Published on 12th August 2019
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2 Million Steps to Hope: How these marathon runners are helping fight human trafficking

John Moriarty talks about his mega-marathon against human trafficking which flagged off in Chennai on January 18, 2019 

Published on 23rd January 2019
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St Joseph's PU College in Bengaluru to hold awareness rally against drugs, human trafficking

Believing in the concern for human life, the principal of the institution, Fr. Melvin Lobo says, “It is not surprising that the teenagers who use drugs often have a poor academic record"

Published on 23rd June 2018
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How School For Justice is making lawyers out of girls who were victims of human trafficking

Among the first batch of girls who were enrolled in School For Justice, seven have secured admissions in reputed law colleges in India under the 3 and 5-year programmes

Published on 17th December 2017

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