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Vatican document on human dignity condemns gender transition, surrogacy, abortion

In the declaration, the dicastery cautions against threats to human dignity that begin at the moment of conception

BI intercepts another ‘mail-order bride’ victim at NAIA

The victim later admitted that no actual wedding happened, and the marriage certificate was processed by her Chinese escort through an agent

Authorities deport 43 Chinese nationals over human trafficking activities

The BI said the Chinese nationals are now included in the country’s list of undesirable aliens and  “considered threats to public interest”

PH to work closely with foreign law enforcement vs. online child...

Collaboration between the Philippine government and foreign law enforcement agencies has been crucial in past apprehensions

The drama of human trafficking in the world: 50 million are...

Fifty million people in servitude means that 1 out of every 150 people in the world is enslaved. Of those, 35% are boys and girls

Pope Francis: ‘It is never too late to take action’ against...

Human trafficking is estimated to be a $150 billion industry that profits off of an estimated 49.6 million victims worldwide

Fishers as victims of human trafficking

There are 40 million men and women working in fisheries worldwide are operating in a highly dangerous and mostly unregulated profession

SPOTLIGHT: Seeking justice and hope amidst battle against human trafficking in...

Rebuilding lives and tackling the root causes of human trafficking using a multi-pronged approach

Tinig Migrante | Not all migrant workers

For many OFWs abroad, advancements in technology have been able to provide comfort as they navigate the long and painful separation

Filipino migrant workers are harassed over loans they’re forced to make...

A comprehensive government solution is needed to address why Filipino overseas workers are forced into debt in the first place

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