Recruitment Firms Abroad Urged To Help Fight Trafficking

Kimberly Jane Tan at GMANews.TV has a piece about Manpower Philippines, an international manpower agency that is taking a stand against human trafficking.

Richard Evans, the manager of the agency in the Philippines, said that help is needed from every company in light of the number of victims of forced labor or servitude—about 12.3 million worldwide.

“Every company has the potential to contribute to the elimination of human trafficking,” Evans said in a presentation during the recently concluded International Conference on Gender, Migration, and Development at the Sofitel Philippine Plaza in Manila.

“This is our world, our people, it is our responsibility to protect it,” he said.

Read the whole piece here.


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