More than 40 million women, children and men are in slavery today. One man tells the story of how God “nudged” him to take up the fight against injustice.
Rules seem boring and unnecessary . . . until someone grabs the soccer ball in their hands and runs towards the goals. Yes, we need rules, but we keep breaking them. What’s the solution?
Trafficking, forced labour and never-ending debt are the harsh realities of 21st century slavery. But, says Vanesa Pizzuto, there are things we can do to end it.
Around the world women and girls are targeted by traffickers and suffer at the hands of their husbands and partners. But Ashley Steele and Pudens Isobel have seen strategies at work that are turning back the tide of abuse.