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FROM THE FIELD: Trafficked teenager advocates for women’s rights in Central America

FROM THE FIELD: Trafficked teenager advocates for women’s rights in Central America

Maxwell Matewere, a Malawian crime prevention expert with the UN Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), has been active in the anti-human trafficking field for more than two decades. Today, he trains officials throughout Malawi to prevent and combat this crime: this year alone, despite COVID-19 restrictions, his work has led to the rescue of around three hundred human trafficking victims and 31 arrests.  

 

EYES ON TRAFFICKING

This “Eyes on Trafficking” story is reprinted from the United Nations news releases.

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