Better public awareness, collaboration needed to combat human trafficking
February 7, 2020
Speaking of Love and Lust
February 7, 2020

Caribbean youth eager to take up fight

By Kaelanne Jordan
Twitter: @kaelanne1

One child mental health therapist at The Franciscan Institute for Personal and Family Development has revealed that the average student’s understanding of human trafficking is “limited”.

This, Margaret Johnston said was based on information gathered from almost 2,000 students from Trinidad and Tobago, St Lucia and Grenada during the Institute’s prevention awareness social media and print media campaigns.

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