HONG KONG — Global anti-slavery non-government organization Hagar International, in collaboration with creative agency DDB Group Hong Kong, has launched “Unbroken,” a global campaign hoping to bring awareness to efforts required for the reintegration of modern slavery survivors into society.
According to Global Estimates of Modern Slavery, there are currently a record 50 million people living in slavery globally. Of survivors, only 0.2% have access to the support needed to heal, both physically and mentally.
As a result, Hagar International, which has been committed to helping survivors through the provision of sanctuary, counseling, legal support, education, and safe empowering jobs for 30 years, is now planning to scale up efforts and grow its operations to offer more such humanitarian assistance. To help as many victims as possible, Hagar plans to raise USD 4.2 million by 2025 and hopes the “Unbroken” campaign will help appeal to those in a position to contribute.
With the understanding that lives take only moments to break but a …