Human Trafficking Awareness Day: What is a Child’s Life Worth? | Courtesy of Compassion International: http://blog.compassion.com/human-trafficking-awareness-day-what-is-a-childs-life-worth/#ixzz2HivHKN6j
Child slavery keeps costs down, which allows major corporations to keep their chocolate cheap. Not only does it cost more to pay labourers a fair wage, but the cost of monitoring the extensive supply chains of global corporations would be significant. #nochildforsale
#Child abuse: 3 CENTS FOR #SEX Children should have the right to live a happy, healthy life. In some areas that is not possible. At an early age, Liberian children are often encouraged by their parents to work the streets for money. A better lifestyle is possible, but only if children have the opportunity to become educated. Check out this infographic to see the devastating effects of the lack of education in Liberia.
Sexual Abuse happens across the country, but did you know that victims of sexual abuse are 26 more likely to Abuse Drugs and Substances. This fact and many other can be seen on our amazing infographic. It covers the four types of sexual abuse, statistics for both males and females sexual abuse victims, and common examples of what is considered sexual abuse.
What’s Your Slavery Footprint? Take The Test And Find Out!
POWERFUL VIDEO! SLAVERY IS STILL ALIVE! . Know what you're buying and where it came from. Too much of what we buy as luxuries are made by the hands of trafficked, abused, and enslaved men, women, and children. Children as young as 3 years old! Do you know what you're buying, where it came from, and who produced it?
On June 5th, 1955 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. said, “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?’” On January 10th, 2012, the rally cry of the BeCAUSE campaign went out to our friends, family, and followers asking them a similar question: There are millions of people enslaved around the globe… what can you do about it?