Nubia Pena
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  • North Salt Lake, UT
  • United States
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Prevention and Training Specialist
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UCASA
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Culture, Gender, Human Rights, Youth
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Future U.S. & Asia Relations: Addressing Modern-Day Slavery in the TPP

Posted on April 30, 2015 at 10:00pm 2 Comments

Human Trafficking in Asia

Many of us have never had to contemplate taking extreme, even unthinkable measures in order to generate enough income to feed our family, pay for…

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