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Since escaping captors in November 2014, Nadia Murad Basee Taha has become an advocate for the Yazidis, and for refugee and womenamp;amp39s rights in general
Source: Former Yazidi Sex Slave Uses International Stage to Spotlight Trafficking – Michigan Sun
Nobel Peace Prize nominee, Nadia Murad Basee Taha, who survived trafficking at the hands of the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL/Da’esh) was today appointed a United Nations advocate for the victims of human trafficking.
Source: United Nations News Centre – Yazidi survivor of ISIL’s human trafficking appointed UN Goodwill Envoy for victims
‘Why human trafficking is a public health problem’ – CNN.com
Human trafficking affects a survivor’s whole life, families and even entire communities, argues survivor Margeaux Gray.
Source: ‘Why human trafficking is a public health problem’ – CNN.com
Living the Life: Limited Support for Adult Trafficking Survivors
Far too few are trained in trauma informed care when it comes to sex trafficking. Which can be seen in how the subject matter is addressed.
Source: Living the Life: Limited Support for Adult Trafficking Survivors
A victim of Internet stalking and kidnapping shared her frightening story Friday as a caution Friday for parents, children and health care providers.
Source: Survivor: Parents must be vigilant when kids use internet :: WRAL.com
Brenda Myers-Powell was raped by pimps, shot and stabbed by clients, but turned her life around – and now helps other prostitutes get off the street.
Source: My 25 years as a prostitute – BBC News