CQUniversity Laws student Stephanie Jones has spent the past four years working on the frontline of human trafficking prevention, with global anti-slavery organisation A21 in Bangkok, Thailand.
To mark World Day Against Trafficking in Persons on Thursday 30 July, Stephanie shares her experience, and calls on all students to take action against exploitation around the world.
Imagine only being three years old, and trafficked to a neighbouring country in southeast Asia because your family are too poor to keep you.
Once there, you are sold again.
Over the course of five years, you are forced to spend days and nights on the streets just outside the casino, begging for money as part of a child trafficking ring.Continue reading Ending human trafficking down to every human