is in your backyard
Today, people who are considered most vulnerable to aggression and violence are those who, socially and culturally, have been given less power and/or social value. They are social minorities; racial groups; religious minorities; groups with different sexual orientations than heterosexuality; women; children, and immigrants.
"When we are shy, injustice thrives. The time has come for us to be brave enough to fight the roots of Human Trafficking. The demand that sustains sexual exploitation occurs every day, within the homes of ordinary people, who find it normal to buy people for their pleasure. This needs to end.
I will not be silent!"
Ana Carolina Peck Mafra
Founder of DoHope International