People Trafficking in Canada (SafeHope Home)

Real Life Stories: People Trafficking in Canada (SafeHope Home) The latest in our series of partner interviews is with Jasmine De Fina. Jasmine’s story was compiled by Liluye staff writer Sylvia Nalubega. Jasmine is the Executive Director of SafeHope Home, an organization with a long-term objective to break the cycle of exploitation by providing a […]

A Call To Action

A Call To Action This blog post was written by Liluye Guest, Blog Post Writer, Karin vonKrenner, who is a thought leader, journalist, positive disruptor, and strategic forecaster. Her website is: kvkrenner.com.We are facing an escalation of conflict around the world. Each one being defined as “legitimate” for various political reasons. Daily, we are blasted […]

People Trafficking in Nigeria (FRMNET)

Real Life Stories: People Trafficking in Nigeria (FRMNET) The latest in our series of partner interviews is with Chylian Ify Azuh. Chylian’s story was compiled by Liluye staff writer Sylvia Nalubega. Chylian is the Founder of FRMNET (Female Returned Migrants Network), an organization that creates active vanguards in the fight against all forms of gender-based […]

People Trafficking in the U.S., Caribbean, South Africa, & Indonesia (MENTARI)

Real Life Stories: People Trafficking in the U.S., Caribbean, South Africa, & Indonesia (MENTARI) The latest in our series of partner interviews is with Shandra Woworuntu. Shandra’s story was compiled by Liluye staff writer Sylvia Nalubega. Shandra is the Founder of MENTARI, a survivor-led organization that mentors and empowers human trafficking survivors to reintegrate back […]

Healing and Training for Trauma Survivors (Consult Rosie)

Healing and Training for Trauma Survivors (Consult Rosie) The latest in our series of partner interviews is with Rosie Cataldo. Liluye’s Staff Writer, Sylvia Nalubega, interviewed Rosie to find out more about her story and business. Rosie’s business, Consult Rosie, encompasses trauma prevention, educational solutions, and healing to reduce the impacts of crimes against humans […]

People Trafficking in East Africa and the Netherlands (Footprint to Freedom)

Real Life Stories: People Trafficking in East Africa and the Netherlands (Footprint to Freedom) The latest in our series of partner interviews is with Malaika Oringo. Malaika’s story was compiled by Liluye staff writer, Sylvia Nalubega. Malaika is the Director of Development for the African Survivor Coalition, an international survivor advocate, and Founding Director of […]

Ugly Produce

Ugly Produce This blog post was written by Liluye Staff Writer, Katie Hutchinson, who is a driven and compassionate environmentalist and humanitarian. Stores typically reject fruit and vegetables that are “ugly” or “imperfect” looking because their display doesn’t look as good and shoppers are less likely to pick up a bruised apple when a green […]

Composting 101

Composting 101 This blog post was written by Liluye Staff Writer, Katie Hutchinson, who is a driven and compassionate environmentalist and humanitarian. Composting has been an agricultural practice for as long as farmers can remember. And, it’s something, if you have decided to make your own garden, that you should consider incorporating. It’s important for a […]

Gardening Is Sustainable Fun

Gardening Is Sustainable Fun This blog post was written by Liluye Staff Writer, Katie Hutchinson, who is a driven and compassionate environmentalist and humanitarian. As environmental disasters continue to escalate worldwide, it’s no surprise that crops are being damaged in the process. And, veggie and fruit prices are skyrocketing, too, as a result. According to the U.S. […]