Students in Nigeria speak out against human trafficking. Sixth grade students celebrate #MyFreedomDay at the GEMS American School. Over 100 schools around the world work to raise awareness about human trafficking.
Ambassador-at-large Louis CdeBaca discusses putting pressure on local governments to act. Individuals become trapped after being promised a better life. Survivors work with law enforcement to help victims.
Giovanni Allavena, Giulia Boccardo, and Francisco Pelizza organize #MyFreedomDay events at the international school. Human trafficking is common around the world and in local communities. Outside Nairobi, students discuss how to preserve their dignity.
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Young people around the world are taking action against human trafficking.
Length: 14 minutes
Copyright date: ©2019
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