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Nigeria Human Trafficking: Campaign aims to educate most vulnerable girls

It's estimated there are about 40 million victims of human trafficking around the world. The majority of them are women and girls. A new campaign in Nigeria is trying to give a voice to victims to help protect internally displaced people living in camps who are especially vulnerable. Staci Bivens reports.

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Google Walkout: Staff protest over company's treatment of women

Human Trafficking: More than 40M victims of trafficking in 2016

Human Trafficking: More than 40M victims of trafficking in 2016

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Human Trafficking: Up to 800,000 people trafficked every year

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