Terrify no more : Young girls held captive and the daring undercover operation to win their freedom / Gary A. Haugen with Gregg Hunter [print]

By: Haugen, Gary A [author]Contributor(s): Hunter, Gregg [aut]Material type: TextTextPublisher: Nashville, Tennessee : W Publishing Group, 2005Description: x, 245 pages : illustrations ; 24 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0849918383; 9780849918384; 1595559809; 9781595559807Subject(s): International Justice Mission | Prostitution -- Cambodia | Prostitutes -- Rehabilitation -- Cambodia | Church work with prostitutes -- Cambodia | Rescue work -- CambodiaGenre/Form: Christian Life. LOC classification: HQ242.3.T477 2005HQ242.3.A5.H945.T477 2005COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission: COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission: https://lib.ciu.edu/copyright-request-form
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What if? The girls of Svay Pak A force of nature Testing the waters Confidence earned the hard way It's all about "the one" Body-crushing toil Signatures Where were you? Seek justice How can this possibly be? Goodness and innocence mocked Detour to Svay Pak Here we go Power to do good Catch-22 Cover burned Confrontation in the street Good guys or bad guys? Refusing to give up A safe place Increasing the risk to do evil It doesn't make sense Chains of slavery broken A young woman's voice echoes on Capitol Hill Preparing to influence It's who you know Building a network "Younger? No problem" Rescued becomes rescuer Preparing to go "Happy is not an operative" Seeing Svay Pak firsthand In search of aftercare Cooperation granted Is it right? The weight of the mission No little foxes in the garden Thunder from heaven "If you come back, you die" The search for Rajul Waiting Go The party begins The raid A face in the crowd Expanding the search Safe at Bravo Every day counts In the presence of greatness An astounding contrast Mixed emotions More than a coinincidence Presenting the case A piece of paper The payoff A wake-up call Lang pays Where is God? What you can do.
Summary: "In a small village outside Phnom Penh, children as young as five are bought and sold as sex slaves. Day after day their abuse continues, and their hope slips away." "In Terrify No More an international team of investigators goes undercover to infiltrate this ring of brothels and gather evidence needed to free these girls. Meanwhile, skilled legal minds race the clock, working at the highest levels of U.S. and foreign governments to bring the perpetrators to justice. Headed up by former U.N. war-crimes investigator, Gary Haugen, the team perseveres against impossible obstacles - police corruption, death threats and mission-thwarting tip-offs - in a mission focused on bringing freedom to the victims"--Jacket.
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What if? The girls of Svay Pak A force of nature Testing the waters Confidence earned the hard way It's all about "the one" Body-crushing toil Signatures Where were you? Seek justice How can this possibly be? Goodness and innocence mocked Detour to Svay Pak Here we go Power to do good Catch-22 Cover burned Confrontation in the street Good guys or bad guys? Refusing to give up A safe place Increasing the risk to do evil It doesn't make sense Chains of slavery broken A young woman's voice echoes on Capitol Hill Preparing to influence It's who you know Building a network "Younger? No problem" Rescued becomes rescuer Preparing to go "Happy is not an operative" Seeing Svay Pak firsthand In search of aftercare Cooperation granted Is it right? The weight of the mission No little foxes in the garden Thunder from heaven "If you come back, you die" The search for Rajul Waiting Go The party begins The raid A face in the crowd Expanding the search Safe at Bravo Every day counts In the presence of greatness An astounding contrast Mixed emotions More than a coinincidence Presenting the case A piece of paper The payoff A wake-up call Lang pays Where is God? What you can do.

"In a small village outside Phnom Penh, children as young as five are bought and sold as sex slaves. Day after day their abuse continues, and their hope slips away." "In Terrify No More an international team of investigators goes undercover to infiltrate this ring of brothels and gather evidence needed to free these girls. Meanwhile, skilled legal minds race the clock, working at the highest levels of U.S. and foreign governments to bring the perpetrators to justice. Headed up by former U.N. war-crimes investigator, Gary Haugen, the team perseveres against impossible obstacles - police corruption, death threats and mission-thwarting tip-offs - in a mission focused on bringing freedom to the victims"--Jacket.

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Gary A. Haugen is founder and Chief Executive Officer of International Justice Mission (IJM) - a global human rights agency that protects the poor from violence by partnering with local authorities and law enforcement to rescue victims, bring criminals to justice, restore survivors and strengthen justice systems. The largest organization of its kind, IJM has served thousands of survivors of violence. Haugen was the Director of the U.N. investigation in the aftermath of the Rwandan genocide, and has been recognized by the U.S. State Department as a Trafficking in Persons "Hero" - the highest honor given by the U.S. government for anti-slavery leadership. His work to confront violence against the poor has been featured by Foreign Affairs, The New York Times, the New Yorker, The Times of India, Forbes, U.S. News and World Report, the Guardian and National Public Radio, among many other outlets. Haugen is a graduate of Harvard University and received a J.D. from the University of Chicago. He is the author of The Locust Effect, Good News About Injustice, Terrify No More and Just Courage. Learn more about Gary's most recent book, The Locust Effect, at www.thelocusteffect.com. For more about International Justice Mission (IJM) please visit www.ijm.org.

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