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Radical Empathy to meet with U.S. Department of State International Visitor Leadership Program
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Radical Empathy to meet with U.S. Department of State International Visitor Leadership Program

Virtual Reality based human trafficking training group to share education successes and formulate strategies for international cooperation By: Radical Empathy Education Foundation AUSTIN, Texas – June 29, 2022 – PRLog — Pamela-Jean Mohamed, Associate Executive Director International Programs for the International Hospitality Council of Austin, invited Billy Joe Cain, co-founder of Radical Empathy, to meet with participants from the International Visitor…

Irish woman claims priest performed sacrament of the sick on her “for being gay”
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Irish woman claims priest performed sacrament of the sick on her “for being gay”

The Irish Mirror reports that Forrestal described the practice as “ritual abuse” in the hour-long documentary, adding that she was also subjected to recession therapy by a priest. She claimed that she …

Top 5 Ways to Help Refugees Now – HS Today
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Top 5 Ways to Help Refugees Now – HS Today

World events like drought, famine, and increased severe weather are displacing more and more people around the globe. According to the Pew Research Center, the Russian invasion of Ukraine has resulted in the sixth largest outflow of refugees over the past sixty years. Over 100 million people are currently displaced. Many people are looking for…

Refugees risk being exploited and abused in Malaysia’s food industry
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Refugees risk being exploited and abused in Malaysia’s food industry

Malaysian law does not recognize refugees so many are forced to work informally, thus running the risk of being subjected to exploitation. In a report by Al Jazeera, testimonies from […]

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Expanding Evidence Base on Child Labour, Forced Labour, and Human Trafficking
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Expanding Evidence Base on Child Labour, Forced Labour, and Human Trafficking

  The International Labour Organization (ILO), the International Organization for Migration (IOM), and Innovations for Poverty Action (IPA) join forces to host a conference showcasing new research findings on child labour, forced labour, and human trafficking. Worldwide, more than 25 million people were in forced labour for the commercial gain of others, while 160 million…

Witch-hunts and ritual child abuse are a stain on Africa. We must confront them
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Witch-hunts and ritual child abuse are a stain on Africa. We must confront them

Thousands of children accused of witchcraft suffer ritual abuse every year – and those with albinism are the main victims by Joan Nyanyuki  As Africa emerges blinking into the post-pandemic sunlight, children across the continent might hope for a brighter future. Lockdowns drove a surge in violence against children – especially girls – but surely…