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Using Military Surveillance Technology, Analysts Delve into Trafficking

  • March 25, 2014

News Article Analysts find a trafficking ring, much like organized crime. WBUR Boston’s Here & Now recently reported on research where former military analysts who used to track insurgents in Afghanistan have started to use military surveillance technology to uncover how trafficking operates in the U.S. and abroad. Here are some of their findings: – There is a network of.

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Re:Act Story // Calendars for a Cause

  • March 6, 2014

We are very inspired by Michelle’s story! She used pictures from her time teaching overseas to make calendars as a way to fundraise money for SOLD. Michelle has shared her story below…. “I had an idea of making calendars as a fundraiser for a while. Photography is a hobby of mine and I wanted to do something with it. I’m.

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The Inspirational Value of A Child’s Courage

  • March 2, 2014

Staff member Khae shares an account of how the actions of one student rippled outward to positively affect those around her. Last month, members from the Save the World Project based in Bangkok came to visit us. They were here to give information to our kids about environmental issues in our region. They surveyed the areas around our village and.

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Meet Ken Wytsma

  • February 27, 2014

our staff We’d like you to meet Ken Wytsma, our newest addition to the growing The SOLD Project board. Ken Wytsma is a leader, innovator, and social entrepreneur respected for his insight and collaborative spirit. He is the president of Kilns College, where he teaches courses on philosophy and justice, and is a church planter and lead pastor at Antioch.

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Personal Strength Gives Us the Freedom to Help Others

  • February 1, 2014

When we work in prevention, we often contend with competing forces: positive ones of inspiration and achievements, and the more difficult ones of intransigence. Staff member  Kate shares a day in her work and what it took to wade through both the highs and the lows. Earlier this month, I called the four students that one of our sponsors takes.

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A Fresh Look After Five years of Fighting Trafficking with Education

  • December 2, 2013

As many of you might already know, The SOLD Project began not as a full-fledged organization, but as a documentary: the vision of young artists and filmmakers who wanted to shed light on human trafficking and the dark underbelly of a bright, fantastical tourist destination steeped in the sale of human beings. Steeped in the sale of children. The founders.

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Our Students’ Ongoing Mission: to Explore Strange New Worlds

  • November 13, 2013

In this post, Resource Center staff member, Nathan Ritter shares some recent experiences that have reminded him why he does what hedoes. Recently, I’ve been trying to broaden our students’ perspectives on life by introducing them to new fields of study or new educational activities. I have been doing this on my own and having volunteers do it as well..

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End Sex Trafficking Day

  • October 7, 2013

Erin Giles is founder of a movement to help raise awareness about the crime and tragedy of sex trafficking and is partnering with various entrepreneurs and social influencers to spread the word and provide support for organizations that are working against sex trafficking—organizations that include The SOLD Project. The campaign has set a goal to raise $25,000 by October 25,.

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A Global Counter Child Trafficking Conference- ONLINE

  • September 30, 2013

On October 16-18, join in on the FIRST EVER global online conference dedicated to issues surrounding child trafficking. Hosted by Touchpoint Child Protection, the UK’s Counter Human Trafficking Bureau, and Love146 Europe, this event is an attempt to bring together the global community fighting to end child exploitation. Representatives from the business, healthcare, government, law enforcement, and not-for-profit sectors will.

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Our Second Classroom Needs your Help!

  • September 23, 2013

We’ve broken ground on a second classroom, and the progress made is exciting…but we still need your help! Due to a substantial (30%) increase in Thailand’s minimum wage earlier this year, which we proudly support, the cost of labor and materials has gone up considerably. We would just like to remind our supporters that Global Giving is hosting its first-ever.

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