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Find us on Facebook and Twitter HopeNow would like to become more visible within the social network. We have created a Facebook Group called : 'HopeNow - Empowering Trafficked People' as well as a Twitter Profile called: HopeNow_Dk. We hope…

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Michelle Mildwater wins Prize!

The founder of HopeNow, Michelle Mildwater, won the prestigeous award as the World’s 8. Wonder, created by Danish women’ s magazine Femina and cosmetics giant Elisabeth Arden.

At a cozy event in the publisher Aller’s new head quarters in Copenhagen harbour, chairman Anne Brandt Christensen received a check worth 25.000 kroners on behalf of Michelle, who was in Nigeria doing, what HopeNow does and was rewarded for.

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Dear subscriber
HopeNow will from now on send out four times a year, a newsletter from HopeNow. We hope this will give you all an insight, into some of our main activities.
Here are the highlights from this year’s first quarter.

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Private Sector Crucial in Fight against Trafficking

The most recent estimate says that 2,4 million humans are held captive worldwide becoming one of the major concerns in social life. It is now a global criminal enterprise profiting US $32 billion  a year. Fighting it requires participation from all sectors of society, says UNODC (United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime).

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HopeNow Receives 25,000 DKK

On 27th November, as one of three recipients, HopeNow received DKK 25,000 in support of the work against trafficking in humans. The gift was donated by Mørdrup Church Christmas market from the 2009 profits. The two other recipients were “Dementkontakten” (a contact…

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