Humanitarian Help and Joining a Church: Quid Pro Quo?

When do missionary groups not just help people, but proselytize them? Is there a fuzzy line between the two? Part Two of Two of our interview with Claude d’Estrée, head of the Human Traffficking Clinic and Buddhist chaplain at the University of Denver. [Read more…]

How Buddhist Nuns Fight Human Trafficking in Nepal

An interview with the Venerable DhammaVijaya, one of two Buddhist nuns who have independently set up DhammaMoli, a Theravadan community in Nepal for girls at risk of being trafficked. It’s a unique story — and one that could change the debate about American anti-trafficking efforts. [Read more…]