#FieldProjects: ““Before 2008, child labour and child marriage were rampant… But now, thanks to BBA, we have become a Bal Mitra Gram [Safe Village].”

Our campaign with Bachpan Bachao Andolan (BBA) is spreading freedom for children across India!

Want to send 100% of a donation to a Safe Village that frees all children from brutal labor in mines? It’s simple! CLICK HERE: www.madeinafreeworld.com/india.

The worst country in the world for slavery.

Imagine being rescued from modern slavery, only to be charged with “having sex outside of marriage,” which is punishable by death by stoning. That’s the terrible reality in Mauritania, where an estimated 20% of the total population is enslaved.

READ the shocking article here.

#INTERVIEW: More than 11% of all children in India work.

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We’re proud to have a 100% giving model that allows everyday advocates to help end child exploitation in India: www.madeinafreeworld.com/india!

Click here to read this fascinating interview with Human Rights Watch about what Kailash’s recent Nobel Peace Prize means for the movement to end global child labor!

What did USC students learn from spending a day with migrant laborers in Dubai?

1. Most illegal migrants are trying to “help their families.”
2. Exploitation is a systemic problem.
3. The situation is often worse than it was described by employers.
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Click here to READ about these students’ incredible experience with the migrant workers that make up 95% of Dubai’s work force.

Sex Trafficking: “It could be your own daughter”

21-year-old Canadian, Simone Bell, was drugged, held captive, and forced into prostitution in Ottawa, Montreal, Toronto, and Niagra.  She decided to tell her story to raise awareness about Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC).

WATCH Simone tell her compelling story. Sex trafficking can happen to anyone.

Watch here.

21,000 children are currently enslaved on Lake Volta, Ghana.

This morning, we were honored to host James Kofi Annan, founder of our Ghanaian partner, Challenging Heights. A survivor and inspirational child rights advocate, James has dedicated his life to rescuing, rehabilitating, and reintegrating children who are enslaved on fishing boats in Lake Volta, Ghana.

DONATE HERE to fund the rescue of child slaves on Lake Volta. We’ll send 100% of your donation to Challenging Heights.

AWESOME NEWS: Coca-Cola admits challenges with land rights, discrimination, poor wages, and long working hours.

Doesn’t sound like good news, does it? But admitting that problems exist in their #Myanmar operations is a major step in making Coke’s supply chain more transparent. Our FRDM™ platform will help companies take meaningful steps to eliminate their connection to slavery so we can finally #endit.

HAVE YOUR SAY by taking 15 seconds to send letters to companies that will introduce them to FRDM™.

On March 7th, 1965, Martin Luther King Jr. lead hundreds of nonviolent demonstrators on a march to Montgomery, Alabama in an effort to obtain equal voting rights for African Americans. 
On June 5, 1989, a man stood in front of a line of tanks the morning after the Chinese military forcibly removed protesters from in and around Tiananmen Square. The photograph of the event is widely considered to be one of the most iconic images of the 20th century. 
On November 9, 1989, the Berlin Wall was inundated with people from both sides. They began to chip away at the wall and when it tumbled down, so did an era once defined by political and social oppression.
History is made by people like you, risking everything and stepping in.  If you think you would’ve taken a stand against injustice in the past, prove it and Be Here Now. 
Made In A Free World has created a way for you to feel what it would’ve been like to participate in historic battles for human rights. When you upload your photo, your image will be used to create a personalized video that draws on the inspiration from our heroes of the past. These videos are a unique way to say “I couldn’t be there then, but I can Be Here Now.”
This is your moment to be a part of one of the greatest fights for justice of our time.
Visit beherenow.org to make history.

On March 7th, 1965, Martin Luther King Jr. lead hundreds of nonviolent demonstrators on a march to Montgomery, Alabama in an effort to obtain equal voting rights for African Americans. 

On June 5, 1989, a man stood in front of a line of tanks the morning after the Chinese military forcibly removed protesters from in and around Tiananmen Square. The photograph of the event is widely considered to be one of the most iconic images of the 20th century. 

On November 9, 1989, the Berlin Wall was inundated with people from both sides. They began to chip away at the wall and when it tumbled down, so did an era once defined by political and social oppression.

History is made by people like you, risking everything and stepping in.  If you think you would’ve taken a stand against injustice in the past, prove it and Be Here Now

Made In A Free World has created a way for you to feel what it would’ve been like to participate in historic battles for human rights. When you upload your photo, your image will be used to create a personalized video that draws on the inspiration from our heroes of the past. These videos are a unique way to say “I couldn’t be there then, but I can Be Here Now.”

This is your moment to be a part of one of the greatest fights for justice of our time.

Visit beherenow.org to make history.