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Anti-trafficking laws are to protect not harass

HONG KONG (Mabuhay) : On October 17 last year, the secretary general of the General Alliance for the Advancement of Human Rights (Karapatan), Hanimay Suazo, was travelling in a taxi with Kae Solis in Davao City.

Suazo got out of the taxi at her home in Nova Tierra Village and went inside her house. Solis was waiting for the change, but when she got out a stranger pushed her.

The tall man shouted, “Where are you going? Where?”







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Anti-trafficking laws are to protect not harass

HONG KONG (Mabuhay) : On October 17 last year, the secretary general of the General Alliance for the Advancement of Human Rights (Karapatan), Hanimay Suazo, was travelling in a taxi with Kae Solis in Davao City.

Suazo got out of the taxi at her home in Nova Tierra Village and went inside her house. Solis was waiting for the change, but when she got out a stranger pushed her.

The tall man shouted, “Where are you going? Where?”







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Taking action in Japan

OLONGAPO (Mabuhay) : Staff from the PREDA Children’s Rights and Anti-Trafficking Campaign visited Japan during August this year to take part in the annual gathering for young people at The Take Action Academy Camp 2015.

They were sponsored by Free the Children Japan. 

The two who represented PREDA were, Marlyn Capio-Richter, a social worker and paralegal officer, and Glean Victoria, both courageous survivors of human trafficking.