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Red Flags: Chayu’s Story

The things that put children and young people at risk of trafficking don’t usually happen overnight; they’re vulnerabilities that start early, which is why we

Invisible Trauma: Jintana’s Story

Risk isn’t usually visible on the surface. If you were to visit our Resource Center and watch the kids playing, if you didn’t know the

Aum: A Student’s Story

In a compound of bamboo houses, Aum is painting cartoon animals and flowers on the outside of her bedroom walls. Her friends are there too,

A Family at Risk

When Arpa*, mother of two girls Preeda* and Ying*, was growing up, she wanted to study. “But we were poor. We didn’t even have rice

A New Facilitator of Trafficking

When we first started working in anti-trafficking, poverty was the trafficker, the biggest factor aiding and abetting vulnerability to exploitation. But in recent years, as

The Security of Citizenship

“My biggest concern and fear has always been, ‘What will I do to get Pon his citizenship?’” For Aom*, Pon’s mother, this question brings tears

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