Refugees, Employment, & a Front Row Seat to Resilience

Written by Dan Peterson //  A collection of things occur both internally and externally when a person is forced to flee in order to secure the safety of both their own life and that of their family. The journey and traumas along the way often lead a person to deeply question their self-efficacy. A primary … Continue reading Refugees, Employment, & a Front Row Seat to Resilience

Together against Modern-Day Slavery: A Conversation with Matt Friedman

A Conversation with Matt Friedman //  Can you give us a breakdown of modern slavery? What are the main types of slavery today and the general demographics of people being enslaved? Matt: The latest figure is 45.8 million people in modern slavery. About 66%, or about 30 million of them are in Asia. About 75% … Continue reading Together against Modern-Day Slavery: A Conversation with Matt Friedman

Trekking away from Trafficking: Restoring Dignity in the Face of Modern Day Slavery

Written by Ashleigh Gibb //Thailand is a country clothed in so much beauty, from one side to the next. It is a land of mountains, farmland, and striking beaches, alongside the world’s friendliest people. Many travel to “the land of smiles” for respite from their daily lives, whether it’s just for a two-week holiday or a … Continue reading Trekking away from Trafficking: Restoring Dignity in the Face of Modern Day Slavery