How One Bay Area Politician Uses Social Innovation to Fight Human Trafficking

How One Bay Area Politician Uses Social Innovation to Fight Human Trafficking

By Jessica Scadron “We who believe in freedom cannot rest.” – Ella Baker In January, during Human Trafficking Awareness Month, I had the privilege to talk with one of the foremost abolitionists of our time — Alameda County District Attorney Nancy O’Malley. As an expert in the area of human trafficking, she shared her perspective onRead more about How One Bay Area Politician Uses Social Innovation to Fight Human Trafficking[…]

Survivors of Human Trafficking Can Save Lives

Survivors of Human Trafficking Can Save Lives

By Jessica Scadron An estimated 40 million people are enslaved worldwide according to the International Labor Organization. Over 50 percent of them are women and girls, and 26 percent are children. More than half are victims of labor slavery while 22 percent are sexually exploited. Forms of slavery include forced labor, sexual exploitation, domestic servitude,Read more about Survivors of Human Trafficking Can Save Lives[…]