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Helping survivors of human trafficking heal from their past

Rhonelle Bruder is a survivor of human trafficking. She managed to escape from her trafficker and rebuild her life, but it took many years. Today, Bruder is a motivational speaker and anti-trafficking expert. In part one of Helping Survivors of Human Trafficking Heal from their Past.

Grassroots project supporting survivors of human trafficking

Project iRISE is a survivor-led not-for-profit initiative launched by Rhonelle Bruder, survivor and anti-trafficking expert. The project provides innovative skills-based training, education and the removal of branding tattoos. 

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Fighting the Spread of Child-Trafficking Conspiracies

Conspiracy theories involving child abduction and human trafficking have been spread by the QAnon movement, but anti-trafficking groups warn these theories do real harm to victims. What's motivating people to believe in these baseless conspiracy theories? 

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‘It’s happening in plain sight’: Shining a light on the horrors of human trafficking

Canada’s inaugural National Human Trafficking Awareness Day begins an annual acknowledgment of the human costs of the crime — every Feb. 22 — following a motion unanimously approved by parliamentarians last week.

Pandemic means abused women more isolated but supports still available, advocates say

Mirlo Liendo, a youth counsellor in Toronto, lived with an abusive man for 18 years before leaving him eight years ago. Now, she uses what she has learned to help others. The pandemic has made it harder for abused women to access services but those services are still there, she says

Grassroots project supporting survivors of human trafficking

Conspiracy theories involving child abduction and human trafficking have been spread by the QAnon movement, but anti-trafficking groups warn these theories do real harm to victims. 

Survivor of human trafficking launches no-cost branding removal program for victims of sex trade

Project iRISE is a survivor-led not-for-profit initiative launched by Rhonelle Bruder, survivor and anti-trafficking expert. The project provides innovative skills-based training, education and the removal of branding tattoos. 

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Founder of iRise, Rhonelle Bruder

Author & screenwriter Catherine Hernandez plus iRise Founder & Executive Director, Rhonelle Bruder  Guest host:  Award-winning journalist & author, Eternity Martis. #ontheradar:  US elections, rappers supporting Trump, Kendall Jenner birthday, Real Housewives and more.  

Human Trafficking Myths

Rhonelle Bruder returns to the Jerry Agar Show to discuss how misinformation on human trafficking hurts victims and survivors of trafficking.

Human trafficking continues to be a huge problem in Canada.

Guests: Tamara Cherry. Lead Consultant. Pickup Communications. Author, "All The Bumpy Pebbles" and Rhonelle Bruder. Founder and Director of Project iRise. Speaker, advocate, consultant.