During our recent conference, Women on the Frontlines 2012, Malina Enlund shared about trafficking with the attendees. It was a powerful time of sharing and we have included the link to her talk below.
Malina has spent the past four years in South East Asia, working among the trafficked women and children, started a shelter for abused children, and has worked with immigration officials and police on instituting changes in their policies in order to better protect trafficked children in Thailand that have come from other countries.
You will catch some of her passion for this tremendous cause by listening to her share stories about the children that have crossed her path in her recent work. These children have no voice, but Malina has become their voice and is working tirelessly to promote the rescue and restoration of these children.