By Rachael Osgood, Hannah Lawrence, Jurin Katayama and Hana Shono
On the 30th of July, the United Nations marked the World Day Against Trafficking Persons. Each year, the marking of this day implores us all to learn more about human trafficking and what we can do in our personal and professional capacities to end this grave violation of human rights. This year’s focus is on human trafficking first responders - chosen with the COVID-19 crisis in mind. The global pandemic highlights their self-sacrifice in the battle to support trafficking survivors and seek justice for them against traffickers.
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