Laura Ng describes her work as the director of Traffick Free, a Chicago nonprofit that works to fight human trafficking. She explains different types of human trafficking and how average people are complicit in trafficking. Ng also discusses how she entered social justice work, how her organization operates, and how the new Traffick Free drop-in center will benefit victims.
- Type of Content: In Practice
- Title: Creating a Traffick Free World
- Publisher: SAGE Publications, Ltd.
- Publication year: 2017
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- Discipline: Sociology
- Subject: Global Civil Society & Human Rights, Crime & Deviance (general)
- Duration: 00:25:51
- Keywords: attitudes and behavior, child labor, collaboration, compassion, complicity (ethics), Democratic Republic of the Congo, developing world, direct action, exploitation, flexibility, housing assistance, human trafficking, internet, internships, labor crimes, law enforcement, legislation, LGBT issues, massage parlors, meaningful work, militias, missions and missionaries, non profit organizations, paid employment, prostitution, public awareness and education, rape and sexual assault, relevance (education), resource centers, runaways, Sex trafficking, Slavery, Social justice, Social support, Supply chains, task forces, victim needs and services, volunteer coordination, volunteers, work (economic activity)
Traffick Free, 2008-People
Practitioner: Laura S. Ng
Interviewee: JessOnline ISBN:9781526420404Copyright: © SAGE Publications Ltd, 2017