Putting Faces to Data

Being able to meet face to face with boy survivors of trafficking was the most impacting aspect of the research. Putting faces to the data meant that while designing the Forgotten No More Boys Recovery Project, it wasn’t only larger trends and patterns in best-practice that influenced the programme.

Instead,...

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Thien’s Story

Thien is 21 years old from Central Vietnam and a survivor of labour trafficking, sent to Russia three years ago. After her rescue, she travelled to various metropolitan cities in Vietnam to find work, but found herself trapped in a series of low paying jobs. Thien decided to approach...

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What Does 20 Years of Hagar Mean to You?

Hear from some dedicated members from our Hagar Cambodia team as they share their reflections on Hagar’s 20th Anniversary.

Check out our interactive timeline to explore the past 20 years of the Hagar journey.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Hagar USA Spring Newsletter – Just mailed!

If you are a recent donor who is on our mailing list, you should have just received the Spring 2014 Newsletter in the mail!

Consider joining our eNewsletter and mailing lists to get periodic updates, annual report, and other special information for friends of Hagar’s work.

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Knock, Knock, Knockin’ on Hagar’s Door

A joke in one form or another has been circulating in certain social media circles of late, particularly amongst Australians open to these kinds of things:

“Knock, Knock.
“Who’s there?
“An asylum seeker.”
To which one then hears the sound of a lock clicking tight.

Whatever one’s political leanings...

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