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Business Role for Combating Modern-Day Slavery

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Humanity United has long supported efforts to advance human freedom…

For almost a decade, in an effort to fight human trafficking, Humanity United has worked to promote freedom.  Not only is it a topic that is difficult to understand, it is nearly impossible to quantify.  Most agree that millions of adults and children are exploited through force, fraud, and coercion…stripped of their dignity and their basic rights to freedom.  Statistics from the International Labor Organization indicate that 21 million are enslaved today.  Many of these abuses are the result of complicated supply chains.

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